This comment and question, offered by Frayda Levin, catches Walker off-guard.
“To be honest, the feedback was you were not prepared to speak about foreign policy. So can you tell us what you’re doing to prepare for foreign policy should you run for president?”
The defensive, vaguely Palinesque answer he provides is definitely not a confidence-booster.
Scott Walker pressed for specifics at Club meeting. (Politico, 2/28/2015)
Well, if nothing else, we know he's been reading lately.
The Club for Growth describes itself as a national network of over 100,000 pro-growth, limited government Americans who share in the belief that prosperity and opportunity come from economic freedom.
They're big fans of Sen. Ron Johnson.