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Meyers: Walker Should Have Quit Earlier; Christie Needs to Go

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By    |   Tuesday, 22 Sep 2015 05:35 PM

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker handled his exit from the race for the Republican presidential nomination poorly, Michael Meyers, president of the New York Civil Rights Coalition, tells Newsmax TV.

"The way he went out was not right," Meyers said Tuesday to Dennis Michael Lynch, guest host of "The Steve Malzberg Show."

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"If he wanted to leave, [he should have when] he was at the head of the group … to make room for the other candidates. That was the time to go. I didn't like what he did but if he wanted to walk out, walk."

Meyers, who is also a columnist for the New York Daily News newspaper, said that after watching the second GOP presidential debate, he believes more candidates should exit.

"There are a lot of people on that stage who shouldn't be there, including the other person that the mass media is claiming is so good," Meyers told Lynch.

"[New Jersey Gov.] Chris Christie should be off the stage. Go back to New Jersey!"

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