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Democratic Gov. J.B. Pritzker heard saying

Illinois Democratic Gov. J.B. Pritzker was heard Wednesday saying, “I don’t like where we are,” in what appeared to be a reference to the presidential election.

During an event on community violence intervention in Chicago, Pritzker was heard on a nearby microphone during an exchange about how he feels about “everything.”

“I mean, we’re just going to keep fighting, I don’t know what to say,” Pritzker answered. “You know, gotta go what we have to do.”

“I don’t like where we are but,” Pritzker continued before being pulled away from the conversation.

Jordan Abudayyeh, deputy chief of communications for Pritzker’s office, told CNN affiliate WBBM that it “sounds like (Pritzker) was talking about the state of the presidential race.”

CNN has also reached out to Pritzker’s office for comment.

Speaking directly to reporters on Wednesday, Pritzker said of Biden:

“I think now, more and more he has been out there. He is talking to the public, he is talking to reporters. That is what we need him to do.”

 

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