Rep. Dingell Chastises Trump Not Wearing a Mask: ‘I Have a Right To Be Safe’

‘This is an opportunity for the president to reinforce what a lot of people have done, try to re-open the economy but keep the workers safe’

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DINGELL: "Look, I think people have individual liberties. I think — I believe in freedom of speech. I believe in the freedom to protest. But when do things become the common good? And the fact of the matter is I have a right to be safe. You know, when I was in the airport, I was stunned by the number of people not wearing masks trying to sit next to me. I moved four times to keep physical distance. This is an opportunity for the President to reinforce what a lot of hard people have done, try to re-open the economy but keep the workers safe.“

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