Gretchen Whitmer supports Biden. Some think she should run instead.

Former President Trump derided Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer as "the woman in Michigan," when the two publicly clashed in 2020 during the coronavirus pandemic.

A Detroit rapper once put out a song about her called "Big Gretch" praising her handling of the pandemic.

Whitmer's star soared during the pandemic with people being attracted to her human, pragmatic style.

These days she's a national co-chair of the Biden-Harris campaign while simultaneously being touted a possible replacement for Biden on the ticket. Whitmer herself says that's not happening.

As Democrats scramble to figure out a way forward this election year, Whitmer talks about her new memoir "True Gretch", and what the future may hold for both her and her party.

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