I was a panelist on Sunday Insight this week.
The show was pre-empted by coverage of the Orlando terrorist attack. But you can still catch the show online, here.
We talk about the GOP and Donald Trump, Hillary clinching the nomination and Aaron Rodgers giving up dairy.
I joined Charlie Sykes, Mikel Holt, Michelle Litjens and Dan Adams on Today’s TMJ-4 in Milwaukee for Sunday Insight.
Edge Messaging President, Brian Fraley featured on Charlie Sykes’ Right Wisconsin Week in Review where they discuss the Paul Ryan-Donald Trump meeting, Sarah Palin’s endorsement of Paul Ryan challenger Paul Nehlen, UW Faculty “No Confidence” votes and the Under-Covered story of the week.
On WLS in Chicago this morning giving my take on the Trump Train and Sarah Palin’s threats toward House Speaker Paul Ryan.
Wisconsin Public Radio’s report on Trump’s ascension as the presumptive Republican nominee for President. So they called Edge Messaging’s president for comment.
Brian Fraley, Scott Walker and Martha Laning answer: Trump as Nominee…Now What?
A shorter version of the story is also available on their website.
I joined The Pundit Panel with Charlie Sykes at Insight 2016 with Brian Sikma of Media Trackers and RightWisconsin Managing Editor Collin Roth discussing a wide array of topics from local elections to the presidential primary.
Earlier in the week a reporter asked me a series of questions about tonight’s GOP Debate. Here is what I sent her in response…
Trump will consume all of the oxygen in the room, and will be rewarded with a majority of the post-debate press coverage no matter what actually happens Thursday. With Trump in the debate, the regular expectations of debate decorum are out the window. That’s in part why the media loves Trump and gives him so much coverage. It will be interesting to see if any of the competitors try to mix it up with Walker, or if they ignore him. Trump has tried to say that Wisconsin is a mess, but his reliance on failed, generalized lefty talking points hasn’t hurt Walker. Perhaps Trump or others seize on specifics to which Walker would feel compelled to react. How he responds is important.