Laura Ingraham hosted Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin, author of Unintimidated.
Walker is concerned about the new Iran nuclear deal and believes that global leaders don't take President Obama seriously. He thinks it is a "wag the dog" moment to distract from Obamacare problems.
Walker said his leadership style basically is to do what he says he will. Wisconsin transitioned everyone above poverty to a state exchange. He said every state is diferent as far as accepting Medicaid. He said people should be transitioned off Medicaid and poverty to have the empowerment of choice.
Walker pointed to his election results as a reason for his success. He thinks Romney got poor advice from his campaign team. He the legal immigration system needs fixing while Ingraham pointed out that Americans need to be attended to.
Walker said the government is too big with Obamacare as the prime example. He wants the GOP to take over the White House and Congress to put forth conservative change. Ingraham asked Walker about potential presidential opponent Hillary Clinton and he said a Republican can beat her in 2016.