If Trump and his team are shouting "Who lost Wisconsin" while taking rage laps around the West Wing, they might at least second-guess the decision to install defeated ex-Governor and Foxconn co-bumbler Scott Walker as the Wisconsin Trump 2020 co-chair.
Walker's campaign reported raising $7.4 million but spent almost as much during the 71 days he was in the race, one of the shortest presidential campaigns in modern history.
Spending, especially salaries on a staff that ballooned to 90 people, doomed the Walker campaign. The filing shows that several top staffers, including Walker's campaign manager, a spokeswoman, and operations director, had more than $200,000 a year salaries.
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