Trump Campaign Aide Defends First Family’s Refusal To Wear Masks At Debate

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An adviser to President Donald Trump’s campaign on Sunday defended the first family’s decision not to wear masks during the presidential debate on Tuesday, which flouted rules set by the event’s host and agreed to by Trump’s campaign.

During an exchange on “Fox News Sunday,” host Chris Wallace, who also moderated the debate Tuesday, told Trump campaign adviser Steve Cortes that the rules about wearing masks “could not have been more clear.”

“Everyone in the audience was to wear a mask,” Wallace said, referring to health security rules set by the Commission on Presidential Debates and the Cleveland Clinic, and agreed to by the campaigns for Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

Though first lady Melania Trump and four of Trump’s children ― Donald Trump Jr.,…


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