POTUS steps in.
The Flint water crisis in Michigan has reached new levels of catastrophe in the past few months alone, and thousands are scrambling to try and provide support for the city’s residents who are affected.
This week, President Obama finally made a highly-anticipated trip out to the suffering Michigan city, where nearly 100,000 people are currently dealing with lead-contaminated water running through the pipes. While he may not be able to fix the main problem right away, he does have a plan to bring some peace to residents and the government.
He officially touched down in Flint yesterday afternoon to listen to people’s concerns, which was inspired from a letter written by an 8-year-old girl from the city.