James Oliphant of Reuters writes:
Sinking in the polls here, Scott Walker started on Monday to sound very much like the man he is now chasing in the Republican presidential race, Donald Trump.
Speaking to a rowdy crowd at the Iowa State Fair, Walker took a decidedly more anti-establishment and aggressive tone than he has employed so far on the campaign trail, talking about taking power from Washington and playing up the need to build a fence along the southwest U.S. border, a much-discussed Trump priority.
Aping Trump further, Walker took credit for the immigration debate roiling the Republican Party, saying that it stemmed from his opposition to President Obama’s executive actions that gave some immigrants relief from deportation.
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