MI-Gov: Incumbent Gov. Rick Snyder supports an investigation into GOP candidate Bill Schuette

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is speaking out on the call for the FBI to open an unbiased investigation into GOP gubernatorial frontrunner and Attorney General Bill Schuette.
What’s the background?
According to an Associated Press report in May, Lt. Gov. Brian Calley (R) — who is also running for Michigan governor — lodged accusations against fellow GOP candidate Schuette, asserting that Schuette had been personally involved in property transfers in the U.S. Virgin Islands while all of Schuette’s assets were supposed to be set up in a blind trust.
In May, Schuette called the allegations false, and said that his family inherited land when their parents passed away, and was adamant that he did not violate the blind trust  — which the report noted Schuette had “voluntarily created” — for the express purpose of avoiding conflicts of interest.
“It appears as though he’s been directing the purchase and transfer of millions of dollars in offshore assets while

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