Trump jabs Maine’s Democratic governor; she hits back

GUILFORD, Maine (AP) — President Donald Trump is slamming Maine’s Democratic governor and urging his supporters to help get the rest of the state to vote for him if they want to see the economy rebound from the coronavirus shutdown and civil unrest. On Friday he visited Bangor and the small town of Guilford, home to Puritan Medical Product, which makes a special type of swab needed to ramp up coronavirus testing. Trump lobbed insults at Gov. Janet Mills for slowly reopening businesses shuttered by the coronavirus, but she dismissed his remarks, saying 13 of Maine’s 16 counties have been reopened.