Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker denies he’s a career politician — even though he has been in elected office since he was 25 years old and first ran for office when he was 22.
The 47-year-old Republican presidential contender said in an interview with CNBC, released Tuesday, that he is “just a normal guy” and rejects the career politician label despite being in politics for most of his adult life.
Despite his assertions to the contrary, Scott Walker is the epitome of a career politician. He has spent the vast majority of his adult life drawing a salary from taxpayers while serving in elected office, because he’s nothing more than a career politician.