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Michigan Governor Says Husband’s Request Was ‘Failed Attempt at Humor’

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 27 May 2020
A business owner said Marc Mallory had pointed out that he was married to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer while asking if the company could move his boat sooner.
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News video: Governor Whitmer responds to boat controversy, saying her husband made a 'failed attempt at humor'

Governor Whitmer responds to boat controversy, saying her husband made a 'failed attempt at humor' 02:15

The owner of a boat service company said the husband of Michigan's governor dropped her name while pleading to get his boat in the water for Memorial Day weekend.

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