Walker unsure on whether he’ll speak at GOP convention

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Gov. Scott Walker said he’s not sure whether he will speak at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland next month.

Walker spoke four years ago at the convention held in Tampa.

“I haven’t been invited [to speak],” Walker told reporters Monday in Pewaukee. “We’ll see if we do this time or not. I don’t know who is speaking exactly besides someone running for president and someone running for vice president.”

The governor is a delegate to the convention, which will be held in Ohio beginning July 18. Politico reported Monday that a number of high-profile Republicans are avoiding the convention, or saying they would not take a speaking role at the convention where businessman Donald Trump is expected to accept the GOP nomination.

“It all depends on what the parameters are,” Walker said when asked whether he would take a speaking role if asked. “If I can talk about my concerns about Hillary Clinton then I’ll probably talk about that.”