Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) on Monday directed Fox News viewers to his campaign website to see where he stands on certain issues, yet his website appears to lack a clear landing page where supporters can read about the presidential candidate's policy stances and proposals.
While discussing the media's focus on Donald Trump on Fox News' "America's Newsroom," Walker said that people should focus on the details of the candidates' policy ideas.
"The overall media frenzy across this country, from one network to the next, is focusing on one person when we really should be talking about what we’re for and what plans we have to make this country great again. I hope people join us at ScottWalker.com and see the details, not about what we think about another candidate, but what we think about making this country great again," Walker said.
The article points out that Politico found Walker's website to be wanting:
Issue page? No
What's online: There's a chance to "Meet Scott" via a bio page subtitled: "Humble Beginnings. Bold Ideas." On his news page are links to campaign statements slamming President Obama's climate change regulations and Hillary Clinton's Cuba policy. Visitors can also pick up a $299 personalized autographed copy of Walker's latest book. But what they can't find is anything definitive or substantive about what the Wisconsin governor would do in the White House.
Apparently, his webmaster couldn't figure out how to post flip-flopping and punting as policies.
But being the helpful kind of guy that I am, here is a link to Walker's actual policies page.