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Thursday, August 27, 2015

 12:12 PM 

Walker defends trade relationship with China

In today's Walker Watch 2016 headline roundup: Gov. Scott Walker defends his position on China during a visit to Iowa, and Walker prepares to deliver a speech on foreign policy Friday in South Carolina.

 
News/features

- Capital Times: In light of Scott Walker's China comments, aides defend Wisconsin's trade relationship

- Des Moines Register: In Iowa, Walker defends position on China

- Washington Post: The Daily 202: Did Scott Walker go too far by embracing Trumpism on China? 

- AP: Scott Walker talks tough on China while campaigning in Iowa

- Capital Times: Scott Walker to deliver foreign policy address in South Carolina

- Time: Scott Walker Fights Back by Campaigning More Like Donald Trump

- WISC-Madison: Reality Check: Walker's position shifts on birthright citizenship

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Not apologizing, but Gwen Moore stepping back a bit from Scott Walker 'noose' comment

- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Scott Walker pushes term limits but broke pledge as county executive

- Wall Street Journal: State Contractors Aid Governors' Campaigns


Opinion/analysis 

- Jules Witcover: Are Walker's efforts in Iowa being Trumped?

- Daniel Riemer: Scott Walker's unhelpful new health care proposal

- Melanie Schmitz: Scott Walker Is Not A 'Washington Outsider'

- PolitiFact: Scott Walker's Obamacare replacement is a 'new entitlement' for every American, says Bobby Jindal (Half True)

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