I don't think the Trump campaign's hiring Rick Wiley - - ex-manager of Scott Walker's brief and failed 2015 presidential run - - boosts Walker's chances for the second spot on a Trump presidential ticket given how thoroughly Wiley spilled the beans after Walker abruptly quit the race last year - - purportedly to help stop Trump's rise - - and left Wiley at the curb:
Scott Walker's campaign manager had some choice words about his candidate's quick exit from the presidential campaign.
'You know, like, it's a f--king bitch,' campaign manager Rick Wiley said. 'Man it really is.'
The Wisconsin governor dropped out of the presidential race Monday, using the excuse that the field was too crowded and that he was making room for a 'positive conservative alternative,' who could break through and beat Donald Trump.
Wiley gave a postmortem interview to Politico, where he slipped in this F-bomb, but also ticked off the three main problems with the campaign: They spent too much, they didn't raise enough money and the candidate, quite simply, was just too green.The Politico piece discloses that Wiley wasn't in the room when a decision was made to shut the campaign down.