Donald Trump will be elected the next president of the United States if he can keep the attention of the public and the media on Hillary Clinton and not on “sideshow issues,” Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said Tuesday, offering praise for the Republican nominee’s Monday speech on defeating terrorism.
In Walker’s state, where Clinton led Trump by 15 points among likely voters in the latest Marquette University poll, the race has been “a roller coaster,” he remarked on “Fox & Friends.”
“I think that’s going to go up and down. A lot of it’s going to depend on whether or not the focus is on Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump or whether or not the national media talks about sideshow issues,” Walker continued. “If Donald Trump can keep the focus on her, and give speeches like he gave yesterday where he clearly lays out a very presidential approach as to how he’ll address the security of our nation, he can win.”
But if Trump “gets off on other issues, it becomes much more difficult,” Walker conceded.
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