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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

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Moore says she won't apologize for 'tightening the noose' comment about Walker

In today's Walker Watch 2016 headline roundup: Democratic U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore says she won't apologize for saying Scott Walker's polices are "tightening the noose" around black people, commentators say Walker has become more Trump-like in recent weeks and Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke says the governor's presidential campaign is "stuck in neutral."


News/features

- The Hill: Moore: No apology for 'noose' remark about Scott Walker

- Washington Post: As Scott Walker criticizes China, he could see repercussions in Iowa

- NBC: Scott Walker's terrible, very bad, no good month continues

- WKOW Madison: Trump spars with Univision anchor, takes shots at Scott Walker in visit to Dubuque

- Washington Times: Scott Walker's birthright comments damage image among Hispanics, ex-Bush official says

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Sheriff David Clarke: Scott Walker campaign 'stuck in neutral,' needs shakeup

- ABC: How Scott Walker's Bargain Hunting at Kohl's Informs His Economic Policy

- Wall Street Journal: A Top Walker Fundraiser Meets With Trump


Opinion/analysis 

- Jenna Johnson: 6 ways Scott Walker has become more Trumpy

- Jim Newell: Scott Walker and Jeb Bush Try Trumpism: Unsurprisingly, They Just Look Like Dopes

- Betsy Woodruff: Scott Walker's Secret Love for Red China

- Peter Suderman: Scott Walker, Crony Capitalist

- Jamelle Bouie: Is Walker Tim Pawlenty 2.0?

- Matt Pommer: Will 'Walkercare' stir controversy?

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