Earlier today Gov. Scott Walker announced he is suspending his bid to become the Republican presidential nominee in 2016. As he exited the race, Walker talked about God, the Bible, and Ronald Reagan before blaming big bad Donald Trump for Walker’s failure of a presidential campaign.
Watch for yourselves.
What was really fascinating to me is how Walker tried to frame his decision to end his spectacularly miserable presidential campaign as “leadership,” but having said that Walker’s campaign failed because Walker failed. He failed to be anything other than a milquetoast and lackluster candidate who lacks charisma, and without a friendly media to prop him up (as he’s had for years here in Wisconsin) he was exposed for what he really is: a third-tier pretender.