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Former FEMA director on Flint: ‘Blame all levels of government’
The contaminated water crisis in Flint, Michigan is being compared to the disaster during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Former FEMA director Michael Brown, who was in charge in 2005 when Katrina hit the gulf coast, joins Tamron Hall on MSNBC.
Who's really at fault for Flint water crisis?09:10
Educators key in helping lead-affected kids06:38
The impact of lead poisoning on Flint’s kids07:28
How corrosive water has ruined Flint05:42
Mayor: 'Our trust has been broken' in Flint06:19
Challenges ahead in fixing Flint's water02:48