Mitt Romney made a campaign stop with Governor Scott Walker in Wisconsin on Monday and said Americans can "learn a lot" from the Republican who survived a Democratic recall effort two weeks ago.The full story is HERE and the video below:
Romney, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, praised Walker's leadership and said his approach to limiting government and slashing spending in his state was a stark contrast to President Barack Obama.
"At the national level we can learn a lot from this guy," Romney said after Walker introduced him to an overflow crowd in the parking lot of a Janesville textile mill on the fourth day of Romney's bus tour of battleground states.
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