Gov. Scott Walker, who previously offered his support to Donald Trump should he be the nominee (which he now is presumed to be) has withdrawn that support following the Donald’s “he’s Mexican” remarks about Judge Curiel.
From The Weekly Standard:
“It’s just sad in America that we have such poor choices right now,” Scott Walker told a reporter from Wisconsin’s WKOW on Tuesday. The news station reported that Walker “wouldn’t say that whether would continue to endorse him going forward.”
“He’s not yet the nominee,” Walker added. “Officially that won’t happen until the middle of July and so for me that’s kind of the time frame that, in particular, I want to make sure he renounces what he says–at least in regards to this judge.”
The fallout continues. And since it is now obvious that every article mentioning Trump’s comment must contain proof of what he said thanks to Sean Hannity and Bill O’Reilly working so hard to cover it up, here is a reminder:
Yep. He said that. Sorry it’s inconvenient to your attempts to ruin conservative politics forever.