Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R) won't endorse his party's presumptive nominee, Donald Trump, in the general election. "I've stayed out of the whole thing, and I'm going to continue to," Snyder said Wednesday during an interview with The Detroit News editorial board.
Instead, Snyder says he's going to keep his focus on the "important things" he wants to work on in Michigan, namely ensuring Republicans keep the majority in the Michigan House of Representatives. "When I look at the upcoming election in November, my biggest issue is hopefully re-electing the House, because I think that's important,” Snyder said. "We've had a great partnership there, and I think it'd be great to continue that."
Snyder also declined to endorse Trump in Michigan's March 8 primary, citing his ongoing involvement with the lead-contaminated water crisis in Flint.
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