Governor Walker won’t join Donald Trump for 2 Wisconsin campaign stops

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Donald Trump and Scott Walker

MADISON— Gov. Scott Walker will not be joining presidential nominee Donald Trump at two campaign stops in Wisconsin next week.

Trump on Thursday announced that he will be campaigning Monday in both Green Bay and West Allis. The stops come after House Speaker Paul Ryan said he would not campaign or defend Trump after crude comments he made about women came to light.

Walker was previously scheduled to be in New Jersey to speak at a national training event for Republican candidates and will not be in Wisconsin.

There’s no word yet on whether Republican Sen. Ron Johnson will appear at either stop. His campaign spokesman did not immediately return an email.

A Marquette University Law School poll this week showed Democrat Hillary Clinton leading Trump in Wisconsin by 7 points.


  • ANDY G

    And scott walker will be losing a lot of votes on his next election, It looks like scott is in the pocket of big business just like the rest of the republican and democrat parties. Good luck scott we will see how big business cares for you when you are out of office.

  • Norine Peardon (@norinepeardon)

    Donald Trump and all voters need to ignore the smear tactics of the media and Clinton campaign. Remember, the dems are panicking at the thought of losing control and, I bet, even Obama bragged about his college conquests whether true or not !

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