GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- Gov. Rick Snyder answered questions about the Flint water crisis and its effects in an exclusive one-on-one interview with FOX 17's Kate Nadolski during a Saturday visit to Grand Rapids.
Snyder was here for the high school state robotics competition at the DeltaPlex.
Among the governor's comments to FOX 17:
*The Flint water crisis has been a "terrible tragedy."
*What he believes is "the right thing to do."
*Snyder talks about all the criticism that has been directed his way.
*How will he respond to many around the nation calling for his resignation?
For the entire interview, watch FOX 17 NEWS AT 10 & 11 tonight.