A Honeywell representative fondled a mask or two with his bare hands while talking to Trump and then dumped them back in the bin.
"Live and Let Die" was being played at high volume in the factory. Sometimes they don't bother to hide their plans.
Ignoring CDC requirements to the tune of “Live and Let Die” wasn’t the ideal photo opp for Trump’s first trip outside the White House in a month https://t.co/zuCjwfGhgu— New York Magazine (@NYMag) May 6, 2020
They blasted “Live and Let Die” while Trump walked around a Honeywell plant today in Arizona without a mask. It’s hard to believe this clip is real. pic.twitter.com/M1dMe8KaMK— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) May 5, 2020
I can think of no better metaphor for this presidency than Donald Trump not wearing a face mask to a face mask factory while the song “Live and Let Die” blares in the background. pic.twitter.com/mJzU1HW7HA— Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) May 5, 2020
Trump seems mesmerized by his thumb.
"Live and Let Die." That's the song that Trump had pumped into the mask factory during his visit. Seriously. Like, seriously.pic.twitter.com/zidsZhfxmu— Brian Tyler Cohen (@briantylercohen) May 6, 2020
So...Donald Trump arrives in Phoenix and attempts to shake the hand of the governor. He then takes a tour of a mask factory and doesn’t wear a mask. And blaring out of the speakers...Live and Let Die.— Cordelia Lynch (@CordeliaSkyNews) May 5, 2020
Without covering his own face, President Trump visited a Honeywell factory making N95 face masks in Arizona while Guns N' Roses' 'Live and Let Die' played in the background https://t.co/ighshLku9i pic.twitter.com/damCXpt9Oh— Reuters (@Reuters) May 6, 2020