Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer continued her criticism of the Trump administration’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic and blaming the federal government for exacerbating the shortages of much-needed medical supplies at hospitals around the country.Whitmer, a rising star in the Democratic Party and a fierce critic of the president, said that states are being forced to bid with each for personal protective equipment (PPE) and, in some cases, contracts in place have been set aside, delayed or canceled and the goods are instead going to the federal government.“It’s a source of frustration not unique to Michigan, but it’s a unique situation that we have in our country right now and it’s … creating a lot more problems for all of us,” Whitmer said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” She noted that besides Michigan, Illinois, Massachusetts, Minnesota and New York have all experienced similar issues. CORONAVIRUS IN THE US: STATE-BY-STATE BREAKDOWN“We the states are trying to actively get every piece of PPE that we can. We’re bidding against one another and, in some cases, the federal government is taking priority,” she said.Whitmer added: “We’ve got to keep working to

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