Hear crowd boo Gov. Snyder ahead of President Obama's Flint water speech
FLINT, MI -- The crowd made their voices heard loud and clear as Gov. Rick Snyder was booed after being introduced, began to speak, and left the podium Wednesday afternoon at Flint Northwestern High School.
Snyder commented for a few minutes on the water crisis before more positively received remarks by U.S. Rep Dan Kildee, Sen. Debbie Stabenow, Flint Mayor Karen Weaver, and President Barack Obama.
The governor has come under fire from Flint residents and fellow lawmakers regarding his accountability and the state's response to the city's water crisis.
His opening words to the audience were conciliatory in nature.