Scott Walker: New revelations about Hillary Clinton's emails show she can't be trusted as president

WEST ALLIS — Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker says new revelations about Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton's emails show she can't be trusted to be president.

The Republican presidential candidate was asked Wednesday, August 12th about Clinton's decision to turn over her personal email server to the Justice Department. Two emails that traversed her personal system were designated as top secret and classified.

Walker said "it's about time that she dealt with the consequences of this." He says Clinton "would be a good deceiver in chief but she cannot be trusted to be the commander in chief."

Walker said "This is something that isn't just a matter of her not being able to tell the truth, this is something that has put national security at risk."

Clinton has defended her use of the personal email server.

Governor Walker made a stop at the Wisconsin State Fair Tuesday evening, August 11th for the 24th Annual Governor’s Blue Ribbon Meat Products Auction, which directly benefits Wisconsin’s 4-H Foundation and 4-H youth through leadership development, programs, and scholarships.

He was back on Wednesday morning to sign the Milwaukee Bucks arena funding bill.

He will travel to Iowa on Monday, August 17th to attend the Iowa State Fair, deliver remarks from the Soapbox, and make campaign stops in the surrounding area.

Walker will visit two more Iowa counties on this trip in his pursuit of the “Full Grassley,” bringing his total number of Hawkeye-State counties visited since he announced his candidacy for president to 18.


Gov. Scott Walker at the Iowa State Fair

Remarks approximately 10:00 AM CDT

Iowa State Fairgrounds
3000 E. Grand Avenue
Des Moines, IA 50317

Gov. Scott Walker campaign stop

5:00 PM CDT

409 Closz Drive
Webster City, IA 50595

Gov. Scott Walker campaign stop

6:45 PM CDT

Pizza Ranch
102 S. Main Street
Clarion, IA 50525