Gov. Scott Walker on Monday was firm in squashing the idea he might join the Trump administration sometime this term or next, adding he hasn't been approached with any such offer.
"I can unequivocally without hesitation tell you I will never willingly leave the role as governor through the end of this next coming term," he told reporters in Madison.
Walker said former Gov. Tommy Thompson, who served as secretary of Health and Human Services under President George W. Bush, has had a significant role in influencing his thinking.
"Tommy Thompson told me if not once, a thousand times, his worst da...