Maxwell Tani on one Republican presidential candidates problem with speaking time at the last debate.
Scott Walker was unable to talk much Wednesday night at the second Republican presidential debate, and the Wisconsin governor’s campaign is not thrilled about it.
During the lengthy three-hour debate, Walker received only two direct questions, and he spoke less than any other candidate. The governor clocked in at 8 minutes 29 seconds, less than half of real-estate magnate Donald Trump’s 18 minutes. He didn’t get a direct question until almost 90 minutes into the debate.
I watched the debate. Walker didn’t have much to say because, as the resident Koch puppet, he doesn’t have much to say. People have figured that out, including debate moderators.