Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker repeated Sunday what he said last week — that President Barack Obama doesn’t need to meddle in the affairs of the state of Wisconsin. Appearing on “Fox News Sunday,” Walker said, “The president ultimately should stay focused on fixing the federal budget because they’ve got a huge deficit,” Politico reports.
“And believe me they’ve got their hands full,” Walker said. “They’re far from getting it accomplished in Washington.”
Wisconsin’s capital city has been the scene of daily protests over Walker’s attempt to plan to cut pay, benefits and most collective bargaining rights for public employees.