Tuesday at the White House press briefing, referring to President Barack Obama saying in an interview with NPR that Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) should “bone-up on foreign policy” as a response to Walker vowing if he elected president to end any deal made with Iran on day one, Associated Press correspondent Darlene Superville asked press secretary Josh Earnest, “What does the president have against Scott Walker?”
Superville also pointed out Obama last month also criticized Walker when he signed Wisconsin right to work bill.
Earnest answered “I can assure you, there is nothing personal,” while laughing.
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