After winning re-election last Tuesday, Republican Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said Hillary Clinton was a “big loser” in the midterms and embodies “everything that’s wrong with Washington.”
Walker, whose re-election has made him a top presidential contender, is not the first potential GOP 2016 candidate to attack potential opponent Clinton.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), another top presidential contender, immediately started a “Hillary’s Losers” campaign on social media on Tuesday, highlighting all of the Democrats who lost after Clinton campaigned for them.
Walker also said on Meet The Press that voters are fed up with the Washington that Clinton embodies. He said that any of the 31 GOP governors would make better presidents than people from Washington. He said voters can find “bottom-up” solutions that are “fresh” and “organic” on the state level.