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Scott Walker: I'd Reverse Obama's Actions as President

By    |   Sunday, 31 May 2015 05:25 PM

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said Sunday he would reverse a lot of President Barack Obama's actions if elected president.

Appearing on "The Cats Roundtable" on AM 970 in New York, Walker, who is considering a White House run, said the first three things he would do as president would be to pull out of Obama's "horrible" nuclear deal with Iran, reverse Obama's executive order on illegal immigrants and work with Congress to achieve reforms that "put power back in the hands of the states."

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"Iran is no different today in many ways than it was when I was a kid tying yellow ribbons around the tree in front of our house when that country was holding Americans hostage," Walker told host John Catsimatidis.

"It’s a horrible deal," Walker said. "We didn’t make sure they were getting rid of their illicit nuclear infrastructure. That’s not happening under this president’s deal."

The next president has to pull Congress together to talk about "big bold reforms," he said.

"You need to put power back in the hands of the states and, ultimately, back in the hands of the hard-working people of this great country," Walker said.

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