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Ahead of his first large-scale campaign rally since the shutdown caused by the coronavirus, President Donald Trump said it is up to those attending whether or not they wear a mask as he promised a “wild evening.”

 

Trump defended holding the rally, telling Axios on Friday: “We have to get back to business. We have to get back to living our lives. Can’t do this any longer. And I do believe it’s safe. I do believe it’s very safe.”

 

“If people want to wear masks I think that’s great. I won’t be. Not as a protest but I don’t feel that I’m in danger,” Trump said, describing masks as “a double-edged sword.”

“I recommend people do what they want.”

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https://www.newsweek.com/donald-trump-tulsa-rally-masks-1512320

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