Walker strikes aggressive tone in talking about terrorists
Feb. 26, 2015
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Gov. Scott Walker continues to strike an aggressive tone when talking about his position on how the United States should deal with terrorists abroad, saying "we need to take the fight to them."
Walker commented Thursday when asked by reporters in Milwaukee about what he plans to talk about in a speech at a conservative summit in Washington. The likely presidential candidates says his speech is going to touch on American's concerns about safety.
He says, "Increasingly Americans are worried and want to make sure that we take the fight to them before they take it to us when it comes to radical Islamic terrorists in and around the world."
Walker has previously said that "boots on the ground" may be needed in Syria to address terrorist threats there.