Gov. Whitmer Admits Election Will Be ‘Close’ In Michigan

Polling results show that former President Donald Trump is leading President Joe Biden in head-to-head hypothetical matchups across most of the battleground states that will likely decide the outcome of November’s general election.

In one of those states, even the far-left governor is coming to terms with the fact that Trump could easily score an important victory there.

Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer weighed in on the state of the presidential election during a recent CBS News interview and acknowledged Biden’s sagging approval rating.

“I think everyone should always focus on Michigan,” she said. “It’s always going to be close in this state. Even though we did something that hadn’t been done in 40 years by flipping the House and the Senate all Democratic-controlled at the moment … the work is never done.”

She went on to advise against making “any assumptions about what the next election is going to bring based on the last one in a state like this.”

2020 election results showed Biden with a nearly three-point victory over Trump in Michigan, but Whitmer said her fellow Democrats should not consider a similar result this year to be a foregone conclusion.

“You got to do the work and show people that you really care about them,” she insisted.
Biden’s apparent disregard for the voters who helped him win the 2020 election has been a common theme among disillusioned Democrats as his approval numbers have continued to trend downward.

Radio host Charlamagne tha God, who endorsed Biden ahead of the last presidential election, recently sounded off on the “s—ty elected official” and the disappointments that the current administration has produced.

He has also predicted that Trump is on the path to secure a second term in the White House due to the unpopular policies and unforced errors of the Democratic Party over the past four years.

“Democrats shouldn’t just be concerned about the Black vote, because when you look at all the polls, he’s losing with Black voters, he’s losing with Latinos, he’s losing with independents, he’s losing with the youth vote,” Charlamagne said. “It’s like damn, do y’all want to win or not? Because right now they don’t look like a winning ticket.”