Michigan State interim president resigns amid backlash

John Engler said he would step down, effective Jan. 23, after he appeared to criticize victims of the now-imprisoned gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar.
0:23 | 01/17/19

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The interim president Michigan state university of resigning in the wake of controversial comments he made about victims a former school doctor Larry Nasser. John Engler was brought in to help the school deal with the aftermath of the Nasser sexual abuse scandal. Last week and we're told a newspaper that Nasser his victims are quote still enjoying the spotlight. And the awards and recognition. After they came out against Nasser.

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