Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) “says British Prime Minister David Cameron confided in him that he was concerned about the direction of American leadership. But there’s a problem with the Republican’s tidy critique of President Barack Obama: Cameron doesn’t remember it that way,” Time reports.
Said Walker: “I heard that from David Cameron back in February earlier when we were over at 10 Downing. I heard it from other leaders around the world. They’re looking around realizing this lead from behind mentality just doesn’t work. It’s just not working.”
Responded a Cameron spokesperson: “The Prime Minister did not say that and does not think that.”Save to Favorites