LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder says there’s no cause for him to make clear his testimony to Congress on the Flint water disaster as a result of it was “truthful,” and he stands by it.
The governor shortly responded Thursday to a letter from the Home Oversight and Authorities Reform Committee. The committee’s leaders requested him to deal with when he discovered a few deadly outbreak of Legionnaires’ illness through the Flint water disaster after an aide contradicted the governor’s timeline.
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Snyder says he reviewed his sworn testimony and sees no have to make clear it.
Snyder beforehand advised the committee he didn’t study of Legionnaires’ till January 2016. However Harvey Hollins, his director of city initiatives, informed a decide final week he informed the governor about it throughout a telephone name earlier than Christmas 2015.
It’s a criminal offense to “knowingly and willfully” misinform Congress.