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Scott Walker Could Not Master Television, Was Not Like Hero Ronald Reagan

September 22, 2015

One of the reasons that Scott Walker had to swallow his pride and come back to Wisconsin and announce the end of his presidential campaign was due to the fact he was not able to master how to communicate on television.

I guess Walker now knows he never was like Ronald Reagan.

Stanley Hubbard, a Minnesota media mogul who had previously been one of Walker’s top donors, told ABC News in an interview prior to the news that he was dropping out of the race, that he was planning to withdraw his exclusive support from Walker and give money to a number of other Republican candidates, including Chris Christie, Carly Fiorina, and Ben Carson. Hubbard also recommended media coaching to the governor as a means to improve the power of his messaging.

“Why does one person come across and someone else doesn’t?” Hubbard said. “I’ve been in TV business a long time and there are ways you can get training to get your message across.”

“And if Scott can’t figure that out, he might as well drop out,” Hubbard added.

And drop out he did.

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