How Did Scott Walker Do in the Republican Debate?

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Walker before the second Republican debate. (Getty)

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker took on Republican frontrunner Donald Trump, blasted President Obama on foreign policy and vowed to take on labor unions during the second GOP debate, which aired Wednesday night on CNN.

Walker delivered a strong shot against Trump early in the debate, saying that “we don’t need an apprentice in the White House,” adding a dig at President Obama, saying, “we have one right now.”

Walker also took a shot at Obama on foreign policy:

He also called raising the minimum wage “lame.”

Walker did not have a major moment during the debate, and spoke for only about 7 minutes total. He also was the least searched candidate on Google during the debate:

The reaction to his debate on Twitter was mixed: