Michigan Gov. Whitmer lied about travels before Florida trip revealed: ‘I was here in town the whole time’

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer lied about not traveling out of state in a podcast interview last week, saying she was “here in town the whole time.”

Whitmer admitted earlier this week that she traveled to Florida in March, despite cautioning Michigan residents against traveling out of state. 

Last week, Whitmer joined the Michigan publication MIRS on their podcast, where she was asked by reporter Kyle Melinn if she was able to take any days off for spring break or over the past year amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Whitmer, a Democrat, responded that she was “here in town the whole

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21 Perfect Vacation Dresses to Wear on Your Next Big Trip

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Confession: We’re eager to break out of our routines and take a vacation. While this dreamy getaway may not be happening tomorrow, with restrictions easing and vaccines rolling out, it could be a possibility within the next few months. Relaxing, unwinding and soaking up the sun are on the horizon!

If you’re lucky enough to be planning a safe trip this summer, you’re likely already stocking up on pieces to wear. After a long year in loungewear, it’s completely understandable! If dresses are

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Baseball packages, New England rail travel, and a food lover’s road trip

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Fans of rail travel will want to check out Vacations By Rail’s five New England tours offered in September and October, 2021-2022. The six-to-10 day fall tours traverse a variety of states with options for museum tours, city walking tours, scenic cruises and optimum foliage viewing opportunities. For example, the six-day New England in a Nutshell tour explores historic and scenic sites in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont by rail, water, and sky (from $1,895); and the eight-day New England Autumn Foliage Express

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Away’s Latest Collection Includes Travel Accessories Perfect for a Future Trip

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The collection includes necessities for future travel, including a face mask, compression socks, a foldable travel pillow and carrying case, a padded eye mask, and travel blanket.

A standout product of the collection is its face mask, which is made from a soft, comfortable blend of nylon and elastane with an antimicrobial finish on the outer fabric. Even better, it comes in two sizes, ensuring that you’ll be able to find

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Trump’s Mar-a-Lago charged Secret Service almost $16,000 for $396 hotel rooms during presidential Christmas trip

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Matt Gaetz Said His ‘Travel Records’ Would Exonerate Him. They Don’t.

Caroline BrehmanWhen it first came out last week that Rep. Matt Gaetz was under investigation for his sexual involvement with a 17-year-old, the Florida Republican said his travel records would exonerate him.“It is a horrible allegation, and it is a lie,” Gaetz told Tucker Carlson on Fox News a week ago. “The New York Times is running a story that I have traveled with a 17-year-old woman, and that is verifiably false. People can look at my travel records and see that that is not the

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Postponing Your Disney World Trip Could Get You a “Normal” Vacation

With many of us still deciding to quarantine and trying our best to stay safe during this ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it seems as though many people are also still holding off travel in 2021.

While the United States has continued to vaccinate and while we continue to wait for travel restrictions to be completely lifted, it has many Walt Disney World Guests wondering if they should wait until 2022 to book a trip.

Here’s why we think 2022 could be a much “normal” Walt Disney World trip.

Related: Masks at Disney Parks: CEO Shares Hope For 2022

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