Scott Walker is making up for what critics called a lackluster performance during last month’s Republican presidential primary debate.
Hillary Clinton targeted Walker on social media Monday, but after Walker unleashed a swift Twitter blast, she might be regretting it.
Walker zapped Clinton with an epic response after she personally took a swipe at the Wisconsin governor, accusing him of “bullying” unions.
Unions help keep working families strong. Scott Walker’s attacks on unions and workers’ rights aren’t leadership—they’re bullying. -H
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) September 14, 2015
Walker responded with a reminder of why the Democrat elite champion unions in the first place – lest anyone still believes it’s to support the “working class.”
Walker received a lot of backup for his brazen, and informative response.
— jennifer (@jennycreamale) September 15, 2015
— Vern Demerest (@TxAv8r) September 15, 2015
— Jami King-Gladfelter (@celticnurse) September 15, 2015
@HillaryClinton Go home Hillary, you’re drunk
— Mike (@Mike_Sanders_Tn) September 14, 2015
Voters are counting on it.
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