WISCONSIN’S GOV. WALKER ASKS PRESIDENT-ELECT DONALD J TRUMP FOR MORE CONTROL OVER LAWLESS WELFARE ISLAMIC REFUGEES FORCED ON HIS STATE BY THE CURRENT ISLAMIC BI-SEXUAL CRACK COCAINE SMOKING PRESIDENT OBAMA
MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker asked President-elect Donald Trump in a letter delivered Tuesday to give his state more authority in determining how many refugees can come from countries with ties to terrorism.
Walker also asked for help to allow the state to proceed with drug testing for some food stamp recipients and legalizing the hunting of gray wolves.
The requests are among several that Walker, a Republican who challenged Trump for the GOP presidential nomination, makes in the letter. It’s unclear how quickly Trump could move to address Walker’s concerns, some of which are tied up in courts and may require changes to laws.
Walker is drawing attention to issues that play well with conservatives and on which he and President Barack Obama’s administration disagree. Walker told The Associated Press that he was “very optimistic” Trump would act quickly on his requests after taking office next month.