Bill Schuette reflects on his time as Michigan Attorney General
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette's gave some parting words as he is preparing for life back in the private sector.
At his final roundtable discussion before leaving office, Schuette reflected on the last eight years and his future plans.
“The biggest thing I wanna say is what a privilege it’s been for me to serve as Attorney General for the state of Michigan. What an honor,” said Schuette.
Schuette talked about topics ranging from the school safety initiative called "Okay to Say" to the Larry Nassar sex abuse investigation at Michigan State University.
‘Making sure this creep and this predator is behind bars for the rest of his life. It was a fundamental issue during the past eight years. It was all about making sure every survivor’s voice was heard. And we did that,” said Schuette.
Schuette said he is not sure what his next act will be, but said he wants to help smooth the transition to the new administration.