Michigan’s Republican governor defended the bailouts of the U.S. auto industry that his party’s presidential candidates have been attacking in the run-up to Tuesday's state primary.
Appearing on ABC’s “This Week,” GOP Gov. Rick Snyder said that it was clear the bailouts that were given to General Motors and Chrysler were working.
“I'm not going to go armchair quarterback it,” Snyder said. “I think there are alternative scenarios that could have worked also, but the point is, is that it's history, and the important part is it was successful, we're moving along, creating jobs.”