Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) responded Wednesday evening to criticism President Barack Obama levied against him for his position on the nuclear talks with Iran.
Previously, Walker said he would void any deal Obama makes with Iran if it allows the country to continue uranium enrichment. On Tuesday, Obama responded and said Walker was taking a "foolish approach" and that "perhaps Mr. Walker, after he's taken some time to bone up on foreign policy, will feel the same way."
Walker, who is widely expected to make a run for the White House in 2016, did not mince words when responding during a Fox News appearance.
"It's unbelievable," Walker said. "This is a president who should spend more time trying to work with governors and Congress instead of attacking them. But it's not the first time ... he went after me not too long ago for signing right to work in Wisconsin as well."
[sharequote align="center"]"This is a president who should spend more time trying to work with governors and Congress instead of attacking them."[/sharequote]
"The thing about that statement, this is a guy in the last year who called ISIS the JV squad, who called Yemen just last Fall ... a success story, had a secretary of state under Hillary Clinton that gave Russia a reset button and then they ultimately went into the Ukraine, this is a guy who I think shouldn't have the audacity to be schooling anyone on foreign policy," Walker added.
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