Amid nationwide concern over the recent spate of ambush-style attacks on law enforcement, Governor Scott Walker blasted President Obama over his lack of leadership on the issue.
"When people are going after the men and women in uniform … it is the duty of the president to stand up and say something about that,” Walker said.
Walker continued, stating, "In the last six years under President Obama, we’ve seen a rise in anti-police rhetoric. Instead of hope and change, we’ve seen racial tensions worsen and a tendency to use law enforcement as a scapegoat...We need a president who first and foremost says that law enforcement professionals across this country are doing the job. He has been silent on this and that’s an outrage."
Walker made his remarks on CNN's "State of the Union."
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