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Gov. Scott Walker and 13 other Republican candidates for president participated in a forum-style debate Monday night in Manchester, NH.
During his turn at the mic, Walker avoided answering whether or not he thinks climate change is the result of humans, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is reporting, but he did say new emissions standards put in place Monday by President Barack Obama would be terrible for the country’s economy.
Walker also suggested raising the minimum age for Social Security might have to be considered for Americans in his age group but not for those already receiving benefits. The governor is 47.
Monday night was widely considered to be practice for the next debate Thursday in Cleveland where Donald Trump is expected to also appear after not participating in New Hampshire.