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Don't forget her "National" ramblings about potholes.

 

 


She addressed the biggest potholes in our country ..... The Trump administration.

 

And unlike Trump, she praised the hard work of ALL Americans whereas Trump continually and selfishly praises himself.

 

While her type of praise is foreign to Trump supporters, it is an important attribute of a good and sincere leader!

 

DUMP TRUMP AND DITCH MITCH TO MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!
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Actually, the article was from Politico 

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I always find it amusing when someone like Governor Gretchen Whitmer arrives on the scene and Trump wastes so much valuable air time trying to disparage her.  The fact that she, along with the other state governors, have come together to coordinate a plan for fighting the Trump pandemic while the administration takes pot shots tells us a lot.  

 

With Michigan being one of Trump's  must win swing states it will be interesting to see which of them is considered a leader and which a troll.

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@aruzinsky wrote:

Don't forget her "National" ramblings about potholes.

 

 


She also had a brutal first year with few successes but she has been handling the Trump Pandemic in Michigan quite well.  The story I listed quoted several Trump supporters who are really not pleased with the orange one for being so petulant in the middle of his very own pandemic.  

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Don't forget her "National" ramblings about potholes.

 

 

You are getting sleepy.
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This woman could be our next vice president.  She reacted quickly to the crisis. Her actions were based on solid scientific advice and she did not make the mistake of being timid.  She is what Trump hates. A woman he cannot bribe or intimidate.  She was making personal calls to the relatives of the Trump pandemic victims.  A real leader. 

 

 

It wasn’t enough. With Michigan’s death toll soaring, and the state running low on resources, Whitmer began pleading with Washington for help while publicly criticizing the lack of a national Covid-19 strategy. Predictably, this provoked ad hominem retribution from President Trump. He called her “Gretchen ‘Half’ Whitmer.” He dismissed the governor, during a White House press briefing, as “the woman in Michigan.” He declared that his administration would help only governors who were “appreciative” of his efforts.

Meanwhile, with Whitmer’s handling of the outbreak garnering praise, she has gained altitude as a trendy choice to become Joe Biden’s running mate—a reality not lost on Trump, who has continued to single her out for attack. All of this has further complicated Whitmer’s nightmarish circumstance, injecting fragile egotism and election-year politics into a public health disaster that’s grown bleaker by the day.

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/2020/04/09/gretchen-whitmer-governor-michigan-profile-2020-co... 

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