Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker says he's the best person in the Republican presidential field to take on Hillary Clinton, who he says has no real accomplishments.
"I do," Walker said when asked if he thought Clinton was going to be the Democratic nominee on the Charlie Sykes Show Friday. Walker is set to officially launch his presidential campaign on Monday.
"I think that provides a great contrast," continued Walker. "I think it's all the more reason why as Republicans we need to nominate a new fresh face. Someone definitely from outside of Washington with big bold ideas. I think most importantly someone who can more than talk who can actually deliver."
Walker said he is from "the future" but Clinton, who is from Washington D.C., is from "the past."
"Cause that's the best contrast. Clinton's obviously not a new face, someone from the past is best taken on with someone from the future. Certainly she's someone from Washington, so someone from outside of Washington is helpful."
Walker added "for all her notoriety" Clinton has no accomplishments.
"Most importantly, for all of her notoriety, what has she accomplished? And so having someone who has real accomplishment I think is a great contrast."
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