Gov. Rick Snyder (R-MI) joined Fox and Friends to discuss the candidates and the upcoming Michigan primary on February 28. He remains positive about Mitt Romney, who was born in Michigan, saying that endorsing the candidate was “straightforward” because he and Romney share similar business backgrounds.

When asked about former Press Secretary Dana Perino’s earlier comments

that a loss in Michigan for Romney would cripple his campaign, Gov. Snyder said he disagrees with that sentiment because “if you look at the whole process, it’s going to take a while for any candidate, the way delegates are being distributed.”

He does believe that Michigan is a great model, calling it a “story of what Washington needs to do” in regards to taking care of their deficit. The Michigan governor also believes the two most important issues are jobs and ensuring a brighter future for America’s children.

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