President Donald Trump called out Michigan’s “Wacky Do Nothing” Attorney General Dana Nessel after she unloaded on him for not wearing a mask on a tour of a Ford plant in the state.
Trump noted that he did, in fact, wear a mask for part of his visit to the automaker’s plant in Ypsianti on Thursday, and photos show him with one on for part of the tour. But Nessel had a meltdown over his decision to remove it at one point, likening the president to a “petulant child who refuses to follow the rules” during an interview with CNN. (Source: CNN)
CNN’s Wolf Blitzer spoke with the attorney general after Trump’s visit, following up on her earlier remarks on “New Day” when she said, “if he fails to wear a mask, he’s going to be asked not to return to any enclosed facility inside our state.”
“Is the president no longer welcome in Michigan?” Blitzer asked Nessel on Thursday.
“Well, I will say speaking on behalf of my department and my office – That’s right! That’s exactly right,” the Democrat replied.
“I mean today’s events were extremely disappointing and yet totally predictable,” Nessel continued.
“In Michigan that is the law. A court just upheld that,” she added, referring to coronavirus rules required of Michigan residents by order of Michigan’s Democrat Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
“So the president is like a petulant child who refuses to follow the rules. And this is no joke!” Nessel continued. “He is portraying the worst possible message to those who can’t afford to be on the receiving end of terrible misinformation and it’s very, very concerning.”“I think the message he’s sending is the same message he sent when he took office in 2017, which is, ‘I don’t care about you, I don’t care about your health, I don’t care about your […]