USSC Non-Resident Senior Fellow Bruce Wolpe talks to ABC News about the fracturing support of President Joe Biden among Arab-American voters. This comes as the Michigan Democratic primary saw 13 per cent of Democrats vote ‘uncommitted’ in protest of Biden’s stance on the Gaza conflict.

Wolpe projects that this disaffection with Biden could prove consequential in the November general election: “Michigan is a really key state. It was the one that Trump captured in 2016 that presaged his winning the election…When a reliably Democratic state — industrial, heavy labour union — goes for someone like Trump, then that’s serious business.”