Despite staying largely silent on the issue—he’s quietly supported it for weeks, but hasn’t said anything at all in quite a long time—Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker crossed most conservatives by coming out in support of Obamatrade on Thursday evening in an interview with Bloomberg’s Mark Halperin.
just massively discredited himself in interviews and testimony before the House Rules Committee could end up becoming a political boondoggle for him, just like the previous mistake he made in hiring pro-amnesty aide Liz Mair.
—another Obamatrade proponent who’s remained stagnant since endorsing the president’s trade agenda after an initially successful presidential campaign launch—and one where another candidate who stands for American workers against the donor class on immigration and trade moving into his place.
—a senator who supported Obamatrade in the Senate—further explained Walker’s position to Breitbart News by arguing that this is somehow “free trade.”