Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker said in Iowa appearance Saturday that next president might possibly need to begin military strikes against Iran on inauguration day, Weekly Standard reports.
- “It’s very possible” that “the next president could be called to take aggressive actions, including military action, on the first day in office,” Walker said at Family Leadership Summit
- Walker promised in July 13 speech to “terminate” Iran deal on first day of presidency
- Primary opponent Jeb Bush last week said ending deal on 1st day was unrealistic and such promises showed lack of seriousness
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