Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder talks to NBC's Chuck Todd about the auto bailouts, polarization in politics, and Mitt Romney, Michigan's favorite son.
In an interview with NBC's Chuck Todd, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder expressed support for the Obama administration's auto bailout, because it saved an industry, he said. He added, though, that he is against bailouts generally and especially for single companies.
Snyder has not endorsed a presidential candidate, but said Mitt Romney, who was born in Michigan, is considered a favorite son.
Video edited by NBC's Matt Loffman.