Statement by Governor Walker Regarding the Anniversary of President Obama's "Red Line" Comments
Dublin, N.H. -- On the third anniversary of President Obama's "red line" comments, Gov. Scott Walker released the following statement:
"Three years ago today, in a feeble attempt to threaten Syrian dictator Bashar Assad, President Obama made his infamous ‘red line' comment. Assad subsequently ignored the president's hollow warning – along with a similar threat from Secretary Clinton – and he used chemical weapons to murder his own people. President Obama's meek response to this atrocity sent a devastatingly clear message of weakness to our enemies: you will not pay a price for defying our commander-in-chief. We need new leadership—leadership that will restore American credibility in the world."
Scott Walker, Statement by Governor Walker Regarding the Anniversary of President Obama's "Red Line" Comments Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/310417