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Two speeches, one message.
Two years ago Iowa’s governor introduced Walker to an old friend: Chinese President Xi Jinping.
As Walker targets Trump supporters, he appears to mimic the colorful billionaire.
First he said he’d end it, then he didn’t have a position. Now he says he wouldn’t change the Constitution.
The former tech executive says challenges are “not rocket science” and can be solved by common sense.
Overshadowed by non-politicians, the Wisconsin governor told jittery donors he needs to “step it up” and shift to a more aggressive and conservative approach.
All 17 major GOP candidates say they would repeal the law. But most have said little about an alternative.
Walker wants to lower premium costs and increase quality, although exact costs are unclear.
Drastic ideas once at the fringe gain traction, which could mean an even bigger headache for Republican leaders desperate to attract more Latino voters.
Asked whether birthright citizenship should be ended, the Wisconsin governor replied: “I think that’s something we should — yeah, absolutely, going forward.”