Detroit's new emergency manager and Michigan governor make the talk show rounds
Gov. Rick Snyder and Detroit's new emergency manager Kevyn Orr made the talk show rounds this morning.
Gov. Snyder went toe to toe with Rev. Al Sharpton who challenged him that appointing an emergency manager in Detroit is undemocratic.
Sharpton said the appointment of Orr as emergency manager of Detroit "undermines people's right to vote, because the only one who voted for Kevyn was you."
Watch Snyder's response here:
Snyder said the mayor and city council will still have input in the process.
Orr mentioned the turnarounds of Baltimore and Pittsburgh as models for how the city of Detroit can get back on a solid financial footing.
Orr and Snyder also appeared on WWJ this morning and I'm looking for that audio. If I find it, I'll post a link to it here.