Gov. Scott Walker appeared on Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom” Monday and blasted Hillary Clinton saying, “Everywhere in the world Hillary Clinton has touched is more messed up today than before she and the President took office.”
Walker further levied blows against the former secretary of state saying, “Hillary Clinton measures success by how many people are dependent in the government” while Walker believes that, “we should be measuring it by just the opposite, by how many people are no longer dependent on the government.”
Bill Hemmer: That topic was for Donald Trump about whether he got any favors from Hillary Clinton or Nancy Pelosi and you interjected. Why did you think at that point in the debate that was important?
Scott Walker: Well, we’d spent so much time talking about him as, as the last month or so has been talking about. And I said it’s time to start focusing on who the real opponent is in the general election and that’s Hillary Clinton. I mean think about it. Hillary Clinton measures success by how many people are dependent in the government. We should be measuring it by just the opposite, by how many people are no longer dependent in the government. She measures success in the economy by how much they grow Washington. We understand that you, it’s not about growing Washington it’s about getting government out of the way to help grow jobs and opportunity around the country. And as I mentioned there at the debate, when you think of foreign policy and safety, everywhere in the world that Hillary Clinton has touched is more messed up today than before she and the President took office. We’ve actually got a plan to protect America and our children from the threats of radical Islamic terrorism.