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Is ‘True Gretch’ pure Michigan?

10 July 2024

3:04 AM

10 July 2024

3:04 AM

Gretchen Whitmer’s memoir, True Gretch, couldn’t have been released at a more suspect time. As the Michigan governor disavows calls for Joe Biden to step down as the Democratic nominee, the book and its subsequent national tour seem to indicate that a self-interested plot is in the works. And without any disastrous revelations about shooting her dog, it could very well work.

True Gretch hides Whitmer’s national ambitions behind the facade of a relatable working mom. The

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