Trump & Biden Make Memorial Day Appearances, Except One Wore a Mask & The Other Didn’t

Former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump attended separate Memorial Day events — but there was a clear contrast.

In his first appearance in over two months, Biden wore a fask mask in accordance with public health guidelines.

“It feels good to be out of my house,” he told reporters on Monday.

At the veteran’s park, he and wife Dr. Jill Biden placed a wreath of white flowers atop a memorial wall bearing the names of some 15,000 lives lost to World War II and the Korean War.

“Never forget the sacrifices that these men and women made,” he said at the park. “Never, ever forget.”

Meanwhile, Trump made two Memorial Day appearances of his own: at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery and at the Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine in Baltimore.

“I stand before you at this noble fortress of American liberty to pay tribute to the immortal souls who fought and died to keep us free,” Trump said. “Earlier today, the first lady and I laid a wreath in their sacred honor at Arlington National Cemetery. Now we come together to salute the flag they gave their lives to so boldly and brilliantly defend. And we pledge, in their cherished memories, that this majestic flag will proudly fly forever.”

Neither Donald nor Melania wore a mask.

Oh Lord, the contrast between these two are night and day.