President Bill Clinton is featured in a new Hillary for America web video, in which he highlights Hillary Clinton's commitment to helping people impacted by Flint's lead poisoning water crisis.
He describes Clinton as the "what can I do?" candidate on the Flint water contamination issue.
"The video makes the case that Hillary Clinton focused on results for the people of Flint, not rhetoric," reads a Hillary for America news release. "It's the latest in a series of President Clinton talking about her lifelong commitment to being a 'changemaker.'"
Take a look at the web video:
Clinton visited Flint earlier this month and released an action plan to help address the Flint water crisis.
Clinton has been endorsed by Flint Mayor Karen Weaver and faith leaders in Flint, including Rev. Hubert Miller, Rev. Al Harris and Bishop Rogers L. Jones Sr.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders met with Flint families and called on Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder to resign over the water crisis.
In other news, Clinton earned the support of Kweisi Mfume on Monday. He is a former Democratic congressman from Maryland and previously served as the NAACP's president and CEO. Mfume released the following statement Monday in announcing his endorsement of Clinton:
For decades, Hillary Clinton has demonstrated her commitment to fighting for Black and Latino communities in both deed and action. She is a proven leader with a long record of working for everyday people and getting the job done. She has been a remarkable colleague and friend who I know and trust.
From voting rights, to health care, to education, to reforming our criminal justice system and eradicating poverty the need for a proven and time tested leader is more clear today than ever before.
The basic American principle of equal treatment under law is in many ways still under attack. We need a leader who has stood up and spent time working on our behalf when it wasn't popular. She has used her life to fight for others and not just to make promises. For working families, minority communities, millennials and our seniors there is too much at stake in this election to give it away.
I served in Congress with Bernie Sanders and know him to be a likable guy, but I know that Hillary understands our struggles first hand. I believe she is the candidate best suited to carry on the work and progress made on health care and common sense gun reforms... and then actually get something done. As a former student organizer, city council member, congressman and national president of the NAACP, I am proud to enthusiastically endorse and work for Hillary Clinton to be our next President of the United States.