Pressure Trump to 'set a good example' and wear masks

Some Republican and conservative TV hosts have sent messages on Twitter.

As the epidemic continues to be dangerous in large parts of the country, there is growing pressure from health professionals and local officials to cover up the masks or faces of Americans, and congressional Republicans want President Donald Trump to do the same. Should.

The Fox host he sees on Tuesday is a "good example".

Vice President Mike Pence, who confronts journalists, said the president was clear in support of the mask and wore one in public.

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"Unfortunately, this simple life-saving practice has become part of the political debate: if you are for Trump, you wear the mask; if you are against Trump, you do," Alexander said. He chaired the Senate inquiry into crisis situations with Dr. Anthony Fauci and other health professionals.

Wearing masks can significantly reduce the spread, he told the Center for Disease Control and Prevention Research.

He said, that's why I suggest that the President wear occasional masks, and in most cases, he does not need to do so. "The president has a lot of fans. He leads them."

Alexander wears masks to join growing calls from congressional Republicans, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

Sen. Lisa Murkowski of R-Alaska said she thought it would be helpful if Trump wears one.

"I think we all need to wear masks, and I think we all have personal responsibility if the president helps us."

Republican Sen. Rep. R-Utah also filed a similar petition. Mitt, who voted to oust Trump, came from.

"If the president wants to make it clear that he fully supports those who wear masks, that would be very helpful," Romney said Tuesday.

Trump aides are also sending messages on Fox News.

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