Michigan’s Democratic Governor, Gretchen Whitmer, reportedly informed President Biden’s campaign that her state was no longer winnable after Biden’s poor debate performance last week, according to Politico. The information came from a conversation between Whitmer and Biden campaign Chair Jennifer O’Malley Dillon. Sources familiar with the call also told the outlet that the Democratic governor of the crucial 2024 swing state expressed frustration that her name was being mentioned as a potential replacement for Biden following the debate.

She denied trying to pressure Biden to withdraw from the race, despite increasing calls from Democrats for him to do so. Another source informed Politico that she warned Dillon in general that Michigan was no longer winnable for Biden after his debate performance, Fox News reported. Whitmer’s response reflects that of other prominent Democrats, who publicly support Biden while privately expressing concerns about his candidacy.

Meanwhile, top-rated SiriusXM podcaster Megyn Kelly turned heads with a stunning prediction following Biden’s rocky debate with Trump after many believed the 45th president clearly won. Kelly reacted to the debate by questioning whether Biden could serve out his current term, much less serve another four years if he is victorious in November.

“I want to talk to you directly about what we just saw on stage in Atlanta. In my view, it is over for Joe Biden. His presidential campaign came to an end tonight, whether he knows it or not. There will be meetings tonight, first thing tomorrow, and for the foreseeable future among Democratic Party leaders about how to get him off the ticket,” she said.

“Already, we are seeing some reaction come in from top Democrats who rarely criticize the president suggesting he needs to have a serious look at his performance tonight and assess for himself whether he can go forward. That number will only mount. There will be more and more. It was an unmitigated disaster,” she continued. “It was uncomfortable to watch. I sat with my family and friends and, for the first 25 minutes of the debate, we kept grabbing each other’s arms. It was so jarring. He was so distant, so frail, so hard to comprehend, so unsteady. I honestly didn’t know whether he was going to make it through the answer, never mind through the debate or through a second term.”

The former Fox News star went on: The contrast between Joe Biden and Donald Trump has never been more stark. Trump came out calm, cool, collected. He looked comfortable. Donald Trump, Jr. tweeted that he thinks the format actually helped his father stay composed and presidential. I think he is right. The inability for him to interrupt Biden due to the microphone situation did wind up helping Trump. He maintained his dignity for the most part. He was in control and strong the entire time – unlike his opponent. I have never seen anything like that. I have never seen a politician at any level perform like Joe Biden performed tonight.

“And not only do I have questions about whether he will be his party’s nominee, I have questions about whether he can possibly serve out his term. He is the president of the United States right now – that man, who couldn’t spit out numbers, say trillion or billion correctly, and lied to every answer because he seemed confused. How was that our leader? How are the Democrats going to nominate that man? And shame on you, Jill Biden, for allowing that,” Kelly continued.

“I want answers from all these top Democrats who have been telling us how robust he is behind the scenes. That is who I want to hear from most. You lied. Did you not think this moment was going to come? Did you think we would never see this? Why did you agree to put him out on the debate stage when you knew what the truth was and that we would eventually find it out for ourselves?” she asked.

“It is a dark day for this country. He is our leader. No one wants to see him embarrassed, but we embarrassed ourselves tonight. That is our president, and he could very well win a second term if the Democrats continue their lawfare and don’t do the responsible thing here,” she concluded.

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