(WXYZ) - During an appearance on This Week with George Stephanopoulos, Detroit Mayor Dave Bing said Detroit "will come back" from bankruptcy.
Bing made the statement while commenting on how Chrysler and General Motors have come back after their bankruptcies.
However, Bing said that, while he has gotten "great support" from the White House and the Obama Administration, there has been no indication of a federal bailout.
Rather, Bing said, it is time to take a step back and see what's next. Bing also said their needs to be an organized plan in how the city moves forward.
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Bing did address the lawsuit, filed in Ingham County, where a judge has ruled that the Detroit bankruptcy filing violated the Michigan Constitution, saying that, while he is not a lawyer, he has been told that the federal constitution will trump the state constitution.
Bing also said that, whatever happens, "We can't allow lawyers to dictate what's going to happen in our city and its comeback. We've got to throw away a lot of the bickering and fighting amongst us and do what's best to bring cities like Detroit back."
During his interview, Bing also addressed what Detroit will look like after bankruptcy. He says that while Downtown and Midtown are "really hot", the main problem now is the neighborhoods. Bing says we have to reinvest in the neighborhoods and get them the services they need.
Bing concluded by saying that, while it will not happen overnight, the city will come back.
Bing said "it's a tough situation, but once again Detroit is resilient. We will come through this."
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