[Ed. – Is Nancy Pelosi also banned from visiting the state? She, too, removes the scarf she wears as a face covering when she speaks in public.]
Michigan State Attorney General Dana Nessel sent a message to President Donald Trump asking him to put on a face mask for his Ford tour Thursday.
Now she has a different message.
“In Michigan, of course, now that is the law,” Nessel said in an interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer on Thursday. “A court just upheld that, upheld the governor’s orders just hours ago, and even in Ford it is their own policy. The president is like a petulant child who refuses to follow the rules. I have to say, this is no joke.”
When asked by Blitzer whether he would be welcomed back in Michigan in the future, Nessel said on her behalf, he is not.
Trump did not appear to consistently wear a face mask during his tour of Ford Motor Co. plant in Ypsilanti Thursday, despite being urged to wear one.