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'It's depraved, it's dangerous': Gov. Whitmer on anti-semitic comments made by Michigan GOP 

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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan discusses the state's proposed gun legislation on Morning Joe, expressing concern over Republicans in Michigan who are using hate speech and Holocaust imagery to oppose the bill. Whitmer also highlights the progress she has made on a range of issues, including the cusp of passing gun safety legislation, and the rejection of hateful rhetoric by Michigan voters.