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Mitch McConnell Urges Americans To Wear Masks

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Mitch McConnell Urges Americans To Wear Masks

Mitch McConnell Urges Americans To Wear Masks

Mitch McConnell reportedly urged Americans to wear a mask at a Wednesday event in Kentucky.

Business Insider reports he is quoted as saying "you have an obligation." "There's no stigma attached to wearing a mask.

There's no stigma attached to staying six feet apart." McConnell said.

The remarks are a stark contrast to Trump, who has refused to wear one in public.

Trump also recently mocked a reporter who did so at a White House press conference.

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