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” he said.” PDP urged “public-spirited individuals and groups to support the government of Katsina state in finding succour for those who encountered losses in the storm.President Barack Obama spoke to the community in Flint, Mich. on Wednesday visiting the city for the first time since findings about the city’s lead-contaminated water came to light Here is a transcript of his speech at Northwestern High School in Flint THE PRESIDENT: Hello Flint (Applause) How’s it going Wildcats (Applause) Well it is good to be back in Flint Michigan (Applause) AUDIENCE MEMBER Obama THE PRESIDENT: That’s me (Applause) All right settle down everybody (Laughter) AUDIENCE MEMBER: (Inaudible) THE PRESIDENT: Thank you sir I appreciate it All right Let me do some business here Let me begin by recognizing some of the guests who are here Your mayor Karen Weaver is here (Applause) I know Governor Rick Snyder is here AUDIENCE: Boo — THE PRESIDENT: No no — because here’s here to — we’re doing some business here Members of Congress are here including your outstanding senator Debbie Stabenow (Applause) Flint’s own Dan Kildee is here (Applause) Debbie Dingell is here (Applause) Brenda Lawrence is here (Applause) John Conyers is here (Applause) And Sandy Levin An outstanding Michigan delegation We’ve got Secretary Sylvia Burwell who is the head of Health and Human Services works for me And Administrator Gina McCarthy is here as well I want to thank Superintendent Bilal Tawwab — (applause) — and Principal Tim Green for their hospitality And I want to thank all of you for being here Now not too long ago I received a letter from a young lady an eight-year-old girl named Mari Copeny You may know her as "Little Miss Flint" Read more: What an 8-Year-Old Girl in Flint Wants from President Obama Those of you who have seats please feel free to sit down so folks can see behind you If you dont have a seat dont sit down And like a lot of you Mari has been worried about what happened here in Flint Shes worried about what it means for children like her She’s worried about the future of this city and this community So in the middle of a tragedy that should have never happened here in the United States of America — the denial of something as basic as clean safe drinking water — this eight-year-old girl spoke out and marched and like many of you protested As Mari was getting ready to hop on a bus to Washington she wrote to ask if she could meet with me while she was in town There she is (Applause) Now I would have been happy to see Mari in Washington But when something like this happens a young girl shouldnt have to go to Washington to be heard I thought her President should come to Flint to meet with her (Applause) And thats why Im here — to tell you directly that I see you and I hear you and I want to hear directly from you about how this public health crisis has disrupted your lives how it’s made you angry how it’s made you worried And I just had a chance to meet with a few of your neighbors in a roundtable discussion and I heard from them what I know a lot of you are feeling: That a lot of you are scared That all of you feel let down And I told them that I understood why you’d be afraid — not just for yourselves but for your kids I also wanted to come here though to tell you that I’ve got your back — (applause) — that we’re paying attention So I met and heard directly from those who are leading the federal response and who are working hard to make sure that Flint is whole again to make sure that this proud city bounces back not just to where it was but stronger than ever And I want all of you to know I am confident that Flint will come back (Applause) I will not rest and I’m going to make sure that the leaders at every level of government dont rest until every drop of water that flows to your homes is safe to drink and safe to cook with and safe to bathe in — because that’s part of the basic responsibilities of a government in the United States of America (Applause) So as President Ive sent Flint the best resources our federal government has to support our state and local partners The agencies that serve you — the agencies that specialize in health and housing and those that support small businesses and our kids education; those that are responsible for the food that our children eat and of course the water we drink Everybody is on duty The National Guard is on duty This is a hands-on-deck situation — all hands on deck Because if there’s a child who feels neglected on the north side of Flint or a family on the east side of this city who wonders whether they should give up on their hometown and move away or an immigrant who wonders whether America means what we say about being a place where we take care of our own That matters to all of us — not just in Flint not just in Michigan but all across America Flints recovery is everybodys responsibility (Applause) And Im going to make sure that responsibility is met (Applause) So I just talked with some of the team of responders that are on the ground to make sure that theyre coordinating And theyre doing some incredible things Theyve distributed enough water to fill more than three Olympic-sized swimming pools Theyve distributed thousands of filters Theyre helping students afford nutritious food that work against the contaminants in bad water Theyre making sure new moms have access to instant infant formula that doesnt require water Theyve expanded health services for children and pregnant women and education programs for Flints youngest children Theyre out there testing homes for lead and testing children for exposure to lead But like all our best responses in tough times this is not a government effort alone We need our businesses and nonprofits and philanthropies to step up And whats incredible about Flint is how many volunteers have already been leading the way (Applause) Youve got members of one union UA Local 370 that have donated tens of thousands of dollars and 10000 hours of their time Theyve installed thousands of filters hundreds of faucets by going door to door night and day Theyre not asking for anything in return theyre just doing the right thing So many Americans here in Flint and around the country have proven that you dont have be a plumber or a pipefitter to pitch in — although its very helpful if youre a plumber or pipefitter (Laughter) So in March dozens of accountants teamed up with the American Red Cross to help residents recycle all the plastic water bottles that have been piling up Religious and community groups are organizing supply drives supporting families offering free medical services The director of a local dance studio I understand found a creative way to help; shes letting people use her studio as a space to support one another by sharing their stories and realizing theyre not alone Even inmates at an Indiana prison came together to donate more than $2500 to the people of Flint (Applause) And a second-grader from Virginia a young man named Isiah Britt set up a website to see if he could raise $500 for hand sanitizers to send to the kids at Eisenhower Elementary here in Flint (Applause) So Isiah its fair to say surpassed his goal because he raised $15000 (Applause) And he explained that the experience taught him just because youre small "doesnt mean you cant do big things" So when you think of all those stories it should be clear that the American people care about Flint The American people are paying attention and they care about you And as is true when disasters strike in other ways people pitch in they come together Because they imagine "All right that could have been me" Thats the good news The bad news is that this should not have happened in the first place (Applause) And even though the scope of the response looks sort of like the efforts were used to seeing after a natural disaster thats not what this was This was a manmade disaster This was avoidable This was preventable Now Im not here to go through the full history of what happened Like a lot of manufacturing towns Flints economy has been taking hits for decades now — plants closing jobs moving away Manufacturing has shrunk And thats made it harder for the city to maintain city services And lets face it government officials at every level werent attentive to potential problems the way they should have been So they start getting short-staffed they start getting a shrinking tax base more demand for services Things start getting strained and theres not enough help from the outside And then when Flints finances collapsed an emergency manager was put in place whose mandate was primarily to cut at all costs And then some very poor decisions were made All these things contributed to this crisis Many of you know the story Now I do not believe that anybody consciously wanted to hurt the people in Flint And this is not the place to sort out every screw-up that resulted in contaminated water But I do think there is a larger issue that we have to acknowledge because I do think that part of what contributed to this crisis was a broader mindset a bigger attitude a corrosive attitude that exists in our politics and exists in too many levels of our government (Applause) And its a mindset that believes that less government is the highest good no matter what Its a mindset that says environmental rules designed to keep your water clean or your air clean are optional or not that important or unnecessarily burden businesses or taxpayers Its an ideology that undervalues the common good says were all on our own and whats in it for me and how do I do well but Im not going to invest in what we need as a community And as a consequence you end up seeing an underinvestment in the things that we all share that make us safe that make us whole that give us the ability to pursue our own individual dreams So we underinvest in pipes underground We underinvest in bridges that we drive on and the roads that connect us and the schools that move us forward (Applause) And this is part of the attitude this is part of the mindset: We especially underinvest when the communities that are put at risk are poor or don’t have a lot of political clout — (applause) — and so are not as often heard in the corridors of power And this kind of thinking — this myth that government is always the enemy; that forgets that our government is us — its us; that its an extension of us ourselves — that attitude is as corrosive to our democracy as the stuff that resulted in lead in your water Because what happens is it leads to systematic neglect It leads to carelessness and callousness (Applause) It leads to a lot of hidden disasters that you don’t always read about and arent as flashy but that over time diminish the life of a community and make it harder for our young people to succeed In one of the roundtables I was listening to somebody — I think it was a pastor who told me you know it made us feel like we didn’t count And you can’t have a democracy where people feel like they don’t count where people feel like they’re not heard And that attitude ignores how this country was built our entire history — which is based on the idea that we’re all connected and that what happens in a community like Flint matters everybody and that there are things that we can only do together as a nation as a people as a state as a city that no man is an island We’ve been debating this since the Republic began: What are our individual responsibilities and what are our collective responsibilities And that’s a good debate But Ive always believed what the first Republican President a guy named Abraham Lincoln said He said we should do individually those things that we do best by ourselves But through our government we should do together what we can’t do as well for ourselves (Applause) So it doesn’t matter how hard you work how responsible you are or how well you raise your kids — you can’t set up a whole water system for a city That’s not something you do by yourself You do it with other people You can’t hire your own fire department or your own police force or your own army There are things we have to do together — basic things that we all benefit from And thats how we invested in a rail system and a highway system That’s how we invested in public schools That’s how we invested in science and research These how we invested in community colleges and land grant colleges like Michigan State (Applause) Can I get some water (Applause) Come on up here Give me some water I want a glass of water I want a glass of water Sit down Im all right Im going to get a glass of water right here Lets make sure we find one It will be filtered Hold on Im going to talk about that in a second Settle down everybody Where was I We invested in our communities and our cities And by making those investments in the common good we invested in ourselves That’s the platform we create that allows each of us independently to succeed Thats what made America great So the people in Flint and across Michigan and around the country — individuals and church groups and non-for-profits and community organizations — you’ve proven that the American people will step up when required And our volunteers our non-for-profits they’re the lifeblood of our communities We so appreciate what you do (Applause) But volunteers dont build county water systems and keep lead from leaching into our drinking glasses We cant rely on faith groups to reinforce bridges and repave runways at the airport We cant ask second-graders even ones as patriotic as Isiah Britt who raised all that money to raise enough money to keep our kids healthy You hear a lot about government overreach how Obama — hes for big government Listen its not government overreach to say that our government is responsible for making sure you can wash your hands in your own sink or shower in your own home or cook for your family (Applause) These are the most basic services There is no more basic element sustaining human life than water Its not too much to expect for all Americans that their water is going to be safe Now where do we go from here AUDIENCE MEMBER: (Inaudible) THE PRESIDENT: Well Im still waiting for my water (Laughter) Somebody obviously didn’t hear me Usually I get my water pretty quick Hold on a second Now the reason I know Im okay is because I already had some Flint water There we go I really did need a glass of water This is not a stunt Now Im going to talk about this Everybody settle down This is a feisty crowd Hold on a second All right everybody settle down I got some serious points to make here So where do we go from here Now Mayor Weaver has a plan to fix the pipes in Flint And unfortunately because the state initially cut so many corners its going to end up being more expensive — much more expensive now than it would have been to avert the disaster in the first place But the good news is that Michigan does have funds it can use from the federal government to help Flint (Applause) The Governor indicated that in his budget he has put forward additional funds to replace the pipes In order for it to happen — and I said this to the Mayor and the Governor; I had them both in my car the Beast — I told them I wasnt going to let either of them out until we figured this out (Laughter) I had Secret Service surrounding everybody (Applause) But what I said was is that the city and the state and the federal government everybody is going to have to work together to get this done So its not going to happen overnight But we have to get started We have to get the money flowing We’ve got to work with our plumbers and pipefitters but also train local residents and start getting apprenticeship programs going — (applause) — so that even as were trying to deal with this disaster were also hopefully lifting people up and giving them an opportunity for employment (Applause) Congress led by your congressional delegation needs to act in a bipartisan fashion do their job make sure Flint has the necessary resources And so its long past time that Flint has a well-managed monitored modern water system that protects not just against lead but other contaminants All right So thats our goal Thats one goal But weve got to do more than just ensure the integrity and safety of your water for the long term What we also have to do is work as one team — federal state and local leaders Democrats and Republicans — to address some of the broader issues that have been raised by this crisis The federal officials I met with today are committed to staying on the job until we get it done (Applause) But that requires the state of Michigan to step up and be fully invested in this process as well (Applause) Todays vote in Lansing to increase funding for health care was a good start But part of keeping the faith with the people of Flint means making sure that youre first in line for the jobs this effort will create (Applause) It means that since the state voted this afternoon to expand Medicaid every child who lived in Flint while the water was bad needs to be able to get seen by a doctor diagnosed make sure that theres follow-up We cant just promise it weve got to deliver it And that means everybody has got to cooperate Everybody has got to cooperate And keeping the faith with you also means the state has to step up and deliver the resources that will help not only fix the water but transform Flint so that it is once again a functioning city with the capacity and the democratic structures to work The city government has to be on a firm foundation The mayor cant do it by herself Shes got to have a team and a staff and theres got to be a budget that works thats sustainable and a plan for long-term economic development and a plan to make sure that health care is available to all of our kids and a plan to make sure that education is top-notch in this city and that more jobs are being created (Applause) And that will require many more of the good work that weve seen from citizens and community groups who care about your families But its not enough just to fix the water Weve got to fix the culture of neglect the mindset I was talking about — (applause) — that has degraded too many schools and too many roads and hurt too many futures Weve got to fix the mindset that only leaves people cynical about our government Our government is us — of us by us for us — the people So weve got a lot of work to do But Im here to tell you Im prepared to work with you on this (Applause) Im paying attention Now a couple of specific things I want to address These arent in my prepared remarks but this is what I gathered from the conversations that I had AUDIENCE MEMBER: (Inaudible) Detroit THE PRESIDENT: Im in Flint right now not Detroit (Applause) But I do love Detroit And their school needs support and there is — some of that same mindset has hurt the schools there But listen up because this is drawn from the conversations I had with many of your neighbors and friends as well as the federal response teams that I sent out here a while back Were going to do everything we can to accelerate getting new pipes here in Flint (Applause) But even with all the money even with an efficient speeded-up process its going to take a while for all the pipes to be replaced Its not going to happen next month Its not going to happen six months from now where all the pipes in Flint are going to be replaced Weve got to get started and you need to see that its getting started and that progress is being made But its not going to happen overnight Even if we get all the plumbers and pipefitters and we get some more apprentices trained — even if we do all that its going to take some time And so one of the things I heard talking to a lot of your neighbors is boy right now its rough just trying to figure out how to get bottled water on the way home from work and youre trying to just shower real quick and people are still concerned about whats safe and what information is correct and what is not So I do want to just tell you what I know based on not just what Ive been reading in the papers but what our top scientists have told me The first is that while you are waiting to get your pipes replaced you need to have a filter installed and use that filter And if you do use that filter then the water is safe to consume for children over the age of six and who are not pregnant AUDIENCE MEMBER: (Inaudible) THE PRESIDENT: Now hold on a second Dont just start shouting okay Because this is the problem — we’re going to have to solve this problem And if people dont listen to each other then it’s not going to get fixed (Applause) So Im telling you — and I promise you Im really good at stirring folks up So if I want to just come here and stir folks up I know how to do that But that’s not actually going to solve the problem all right So Im telling what I know because I guarantee you that the scientists who work for me if they tell me something — which Im saying in front of all those cameras — turns out to be wrong that person will not have a job (Applause) So although I understand the fear and concern that people have and it is entirely legitimate what the science tells us at this stage is you should not drink any of the water that is not filtered But if you get the filter and use it properly that water can be consumed That’s point number one And you can get those filters free and people will help install them if you need help — particularly seniors who may have trouble going back and forth and trying to get a whole bunch of bottles of water and so forth So that’s information that I trust and I believe That’s point number one Point number two: Every child in Flint who may have consumed water during the course of this tragedy — and that is the overwhelming majority of children here — should get checked Now the reason that’s important is because lead is a serious issue And if undiagnosed and not dealt with it can lead to some long-term problems But — and this is really important so I want everybody to pay attention — if you know that your child may have been exposed and you go to a health clinic a doctor a provider and are working with them then your child will be fine And the reason I can say that with some confidence is not just based on science but based on the fact that keep in mind that it wasnt until the 80s where we started banning lead in paint lead in toys lead in gasoline So if you are my age or older or maybe even a little bit younger you got some lead in your system when you were growing up You did I am sure that somewhere when I was two years old I was taking a chip of paint tasting it and I got some lead Or sometimes toys were painted with lead and you were chewing on them Now I say that not to make light of the situation We know now what we didn’t know then which is it can cause problems if children get exposed to lead at elevated levels But the point is that as long as kids are getting good health care and folks are paying attention and they’re getting a good education and they have community support and they’re getting some good home training and they are in a community that is loving and nurturing and thriving these kids will be fine And I don’t want anybody to start thinking that somehow all the kids in Flint are going to have problems for the rest of their lives because that’s not true That is not true (Applause) And I don’t want that stigma to be established in the minds of kids We’ve learned a lot of things since I was a kid I used to have adults blowing smoke in my face all the time (Laughter) We didn’t use seat belts We wrapped dry-cleaning bags around us and thought that was funny (Laughter) Folks didn’t know No no but the reason I think this is important is because I heard from a lot of folks who were saying how moms and dads were feeling guilty They’re feeling sad They’re feeling depressed Oh Lord whats — how is this going to affect my child And its right to be angry But you can’t get passive You can’t just suddenly sit back and sink into despair Our kids will be fine but you have to now take action Don’t wait for somebody else to reach out and ask whether your child has gotten a checkup recently We just expanded Medicaid Go take your child to that doctor (Applause) Use that health system And so community organizations churches et cetera one of the things that we need to do is — and Ive talked to the Governor and the Mayor about this — is set up a system of outreach so that we’re getting everybody as a village looking out for every child making sure that they’re getting checked up making sure they’ve got pediatric care making sure they’re being tested effectively making sure then that they’re getting nutritious food Just to give you an example we know that if kids are getting vegetables and eating properly — that just by itself is going to have some impact on any effects of lead But I know that here in Flint there are whole neighborhoods that don’t even have a supermarket So we’re going to have to figure out how to get supermarkets in those communities (Applause) And in the meantime we got to help make sure that those kids are getting the nutrition they need So I say all this just to indicate you should be angry but channel that anger You should be hurt but don’t sink into despair And most of all do not somehow communicate to our children here in this city that they’re going to be saddled with problems for the rest of their lives Because they will not (Applause) Theyll do just fine just like I did fine with a single mom and a lot of you did fine growing up in a tough neighborhood Theyll make it as long as we’re there for them and looking after them and doing the right thing for them and giving them the resources that they need (Applause) Don’t lose hope (Applause) Don’t lose hope I talked longer than I was going to (Laughter) But I feel strongly about this whole issue with kids now Kids rise to the expectations we set for them (Applause) A lot of kids in Flint already got some crosses they got to bear They’ve already got people telling them oh its too tough for you because you’re black or you’re poor They will do fine as long as we do right by them And that’s my intention And set high expectations for them Just a couple more points What happened here is just an extreme example an extreme and tragic case of whats happening in a lot of places around the country Weve seen unacceptably high levels of lead in townships along the Jersey Shore and in North Carolinas major cities Weve seen it in the capitals of South Carolina and Mississippi And even not long ago lead-contaminated drinking water was found right down the street from the United States Capitol So Flint is just a tip of the iceberg in terms of us reinvesting in our communities (Applause) Weve seen bridges fall and levies break So weve got to break that mindset These things arent a coincidence Theyre the same mindset that left Flints water unsafe to drink And its self-destructive when we dont invest in our communities Because a lot of times the people who are against government spending theyll say well the private sector is the key The private sector is the key for our economy Free markets and free enterprise are great But companies wont invest in a place where your infrastructure is crumbling and your roads are broke (Applause) Youre not going to start a business or be able to recruit outstanding staff if theres no safe drinking water in the city (Applause) So my hope is is that this begins a national conversation about what we need to do to invest in future generations And its no secret that on this pipeline of neglect a lot of times its the most poor folks who are left behind Its working people who are left behind We see it in communities across the Midwest that havent recovered since the plants shut down We see it on inner city corners where they might be able to drink the water but they cant find a job We see it in the rural hills of Appalachia Weve got to break that mindset that says that that neighborhood over there thats not my problem; those kids over there they dont look like my kids exactly so I dont have to worry about them — out of sight out of mind Weve got to break that attitude that says somehow theres an "us" in "them" and remind ourselves that theres just one big "we" — the American family and everybody has got to look out for each other (Applause) Because the kids here in Flint arent "those" kids theyre "our" kids (Applause) Thats what Scripture teaches us But Im not going to start preaching in front of some pastors So let me just close by saying this Look I know this has been a scary time I know this is disappointing Youve been let down But there is a sermon about a phoenix rising from these ashes And there is the opportunity out of this complete screw-up this painful tragedy this neglect this disappointment to actually pull together and make for a better future Sometimes it takes a crisis for everybody to focus their attention Because there have been a lot of crises going on in Flint; they just werent as loud and noisy and nobody noticed (Applause) There are a lot of small quiet crises going on in the lives of people around this country And this helps lift it up And when we see it and we understand it and we feel it then maybe we start making a connection with each other And that begins to change our mindset and improve our politics and improve our government to make it more responsive and more accountable And the good news is is that thats the natural mindset of our young people Thats why Im so hopeful about the people of Flint Thats why Im so hopeful about America generally is I meet young people all the time and theyve got a mindset just like Little Miss Flint here She decides Im just going right to the President because I think we can fix this Or the mindset of Isiah raising $15000 to help an elementary school where hes never been Thats America Thats who we are at our best We are a nation of individuals and we should be proud of everything that we can accomplish on our own through hard work and grit and looking after our own families and making sure were raising our children right But we dont do these things alone Ultimately our success is dependent on each other Our success is dependent on each other I have had the privilege of being the President of the United States a big office — (applause) — an office that gives me enormous power and enormous responsibility But the thing Ive learned in that job is that I cant do it by myself I cant fix every problem on my own I need a mother-in-law who helps Michelle and me raise Malia and Sasha (Applause) I need incredible staff who are carrying out our policies to sign people up for health care Ive got to have our incredible men and women in uniform who are willing to go overseas and fight on behalf of our freedom (Applause) Ive got to have governors and mayors who are willing to work with me to get things done in their states and in their cities And most of all I need fellow citizens who share the values that built this great country and are willing to work with me and work together to make it better I said this before: The most important office in a democracy is the office of citizen Its more important than the President More important than any senator or governor or mayor (Applause) It is the idea that each of us has something to contribute each of us has something to give back So Flint Im here not just to say Ive got your back Im here not just to say that you will get help Im also here to say youve got power Im also here to say you count Im also here to say that you can make a difference and rebuild this city better than ever And youll have a friend and partner in the President of the United States (Applause) God bless you God bless Flint God bless Michigan God bless the United States of America (Applause) Write to Katie Reilly at [email protected] He said, Pat Utomi, and not everyone knows how to run it on a large scale, Mr Tosin Adeyanju, in one of the most widely watched US Senate races in the nation Heitkamp said she met with Trump to discuss the Supreme Court trade rural health care and a vacant position on the US District Court of North DakotaThis evening I met with President Trump at @WhiteHouse As I said if the president wants to meet with me I’m ready to participate and advocate for North Dakota And that’s exactly what happened today pictwittercom/LNOsIwSbTf— Sen Heidi Heitkamp (@SenatorHeitkamp) June 29 2018Her office staff said Thursday night that the meeting took place about 7:15 pm Eastern time and that Trump had invited the first-term senator to the White House"Political speeches are just that but the next day I’m ready to get to work" she said in the statement released late Thursday night "As I said if the president wants to meet with me I’m ready to participate and advocate for North Dakota And that’s exactly what happened today"She said she and Trump had "a solid discussion about the Supreme Court vacancy We also discussed how the administration’s trade policies are hurting North Dakota’s farmers and ranchers the need for doctors throughout rural communities ."When it comes to religion outreach in terms of the trust she placed in him and his skill at knowing all the players.

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