Whitmer Evades Hunter Biden Query, Americans Back Deportation: Poll

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Here's the latest on the political landscape as we delve into the ongoing controversies surrounding the Biden administration and the Democratic party.

In a recent interview on CNN's "State of the Union," Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer (D) displayed a noticeable discomfort when asked about the criminal trial against President Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden. Whitmer, a co-chair of Biden's campaign, claimed to have lost connection when host Dana Bash questioned her about the charges against Hunter Biden. The charges stem from his purchase of a firearm in 2018, where he allegedly lied on the background check and was in possession of the firearm, despite his addiction to crack cocaine. Whitmer's evasiveness on the issue has raised eyebrows, especially considering her vocal criticism of former President Donald Trump's legal troubles.

In other news, a recent CBS News/YouGov poll revealed that 62% of Americans, including some Democrats, support a national program to deport all illegal aliens. This revelation has stunned many, including CBS host Margaret Brennan, who questioned the practicality of such a proposal. However, the poll results indicate a growing sentiment among Americans for stricter immigration policies, a stance that aligns more with Republican ideologies.

Meanwhile, the Biden administration has been criticized for its stance on a pro-Hamas mob that vandalized several historic statues in Washington, D.C. and chanted about killing Jews. A Biden campaign spokesperson defended the mob, stating that they were exercising their right to protest and speak their mind. This response has been met with outrage, as many view the actions of the pro-Hamas protesters as hate crimes. The Biden administration's lenient stance on this issue stands in stark contrast to its tough stance on other forms of hate speech and vandalism.

These events underscore the ongoing challenges faced by the Biden administration and the Democratic party. As the nation grapples with these issues, it is clear that the Republican party and its values continue to resonate with a significant portion of the American population.