Governor Walker says he’s withholding Trump commitments

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Governor Scott Walker

MADISON — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he is going to withhold any commitments to presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump until the Republican Party convention next month.

Walker has repeatedly said since last year when he was still running for president that he would back whoever is the party’s nominee.

But on Tuesday Walker appeared to hedge on that, telling reporters following an event in Sauk County that “it’s just sad in America we have such poor choices right now.”

WKOW-TV in Madison reports that Walker stressed that Trump is “not yet the nominee.”

Walker says “Officially that won’t happen until the middle of July, and so for me that’s kind of the time frame.”

Walker says he wants Trump to renounce critical comments he made about a Latino judge.

3 comments

  • Clemenza

    Its either billary the butcher of benghazi or our someone that actually mauled the establishment into shape. I prefer not to vote for the butcher as the meat cuts are less than prime and only worthy of dog food.

  • unbelievable

    My party still has enough time to ruin their chance of reclaiming the White House with Trump because the “old establishment” will roll out some has been like Romney, Huckabee, Santorum, Perry, Gingrich, McCain….. to run as a Independent and when the wicked witch wins by a landslide these idiots will be asking the same thing they did in 96, 08 and 12 “What happened”? Not only will we lose the White House we’ll probably lose the Senate and its over. When will my party adapt to the changes of demographics that have happened since President Reagan?

  • Fred blair

    More like the media giving a soap box for a sore loser after a decisive win of the primaries

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