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Now Scott Walker’s Campaign Is On “Death Watch”

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WISCONSIN GOVERNOR DEALS WITH RUMORS OF PRESIDENTIAL RETREAT …  

|| By FITSNEWS || Another day, another rumor of a “Republican” presidential campaign on life support …

Yesterday it was former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania (read our report on that here), today it’s Wisconsin governor Scott Walker.

Walker has polled as high as 17 percent nationally during this race, but is currently receiving the support of only three percent of GOP voters nationally according to the latest composite data from Real Clear Politics.

He’s also the subject of numerous national stories questioning his ongoing viability …

In early-voting South Carolina, Walker was one of the early frontrunners – but a flurry of recent surveys has him polling below four percent in the “First in the South” primary.

Like many of the other establishment candidates, he’s been drowned out by the rise of Donald Trump.  He’s also been hurt by taking certain establishment positions …

Anyway, numerous 2016 campaigns have been floating the rumor that Walker is making “deep cuts” to his operation in South Carolina.

Sources close to Walker’s campaign tell us those rumors are false.

“Tough times for sure but mission hasn’t changed at this point,” one Walker source told us.

So far only one candidate – former Texas governor Rick Perry – has dropped out of the 2016 race (and thank God for that).

We are clearly in the midst of the first major “winnowing” stage of the race, though …

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