Even Wisconsin's famously waffling Republican Governor Scott Walker said Donald Trump's remarks were "inexcusable" - - in a heartfelt tweet of five words - - but former Wisconsin GOP Lt. Gov. Margaret Farrow missed the fresh talking point text so begs to differ:
Former Lt. Gov. Margaret Farrow, part of a coalition of Wisconsin women supporting the GOP nominee, defended Trump, noting the comments were made 11 years ago before he was running for president and were recorded without his knowledge. However, she said she raised her own sons not to use that kind of language.
“I’m more interested in keeping our country safe and bringing back jobs,” Farrow said, commenting before Ryan’s announcement late Friday. “On those two points I think he stands head and shoulders above Hillary Clinton.”