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Senate Majority Whip Dick Durban admitted publicly Monday that “there are a lot of issues” with Joe Biden’s ATF nominee, David Chip, according to a story published by Politico.

The Senate has yet to do anything with Chipman’s nomination, which stalled in committee.

Two Democratic Senators from extremely pro-gun states — Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and Jon Tester (D-Mont.) — have yet to announce how they will vote.

Durbin admitted that the vote “is not where we want it yet, but there’s always a chance,” according to Politico.

Chipman is a lifelong anti-gun advocate who retired after 25 years in the ATF. He currently works for the anti-gun group, Giffords, as a senior policy advisor — the same position he held at Everytown.

Chipman has said ARs should be banned, and that gun buyers who fail background checks should be arrested.

Click here to read Lee’s opinion on these developments.