Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel will not say if she will “take enforcement action” against President Trump and his campaign for holding a rally in the state this week.
Before the rally in Freeland, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s office said attendees were required to “adhere to social distancing,” WDIV reported.
Through an executive order issued by Whitmer, Michigan currently limits outdoor crowds to 100 individuals, but exempts “expressive activities protected by the First Amendment.”
The Detroit News estimated the crowd to be 5,000.
“We don’t provide advance notice of whether our office will take enforcement action,” Ryan Jarvi, press secretary for Nessel, told Breitbart News, adding:
That said, consistent with our position since the first executive orders were issued, violations should be reported to local authorities overseeing the jurisdiction in which the alleged offense occurred. We trust the law enforcement professionals who work and live in the communities they oversee