President Donald Trump has a face covering with the presidential seal on it, but he refused to wear it Thursday on the public part of his tour of a Ford plant in Michigan despite factory policy.

The president was given a mask by Ford. He was photographed wearing a mask at the plant, and a source familiar with the matter confirmed the authenticity of the photo.

“I wore one in this back area, but I didn’t want to give the press the pleasure of seeing it,” Trump told reporters during an appearance at a Ford plant in Ypsilanti that is making ventilators to combat the coronavirus.

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