Scott Walker: 'It's possible' Trump wins GOP nomination
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Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wis.) said on Wednesday that there is a chance Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpDems flip Wisconsin state Senate seat Sessions: 'We should be like Canada' in how we take in immigrants GOP rep: 'Sheet metal and garbage' everywhere in Haiti MORE wins the GOP’s presidential nomination in 2016.

“It’s possible,” the former presidential candidate told host Charlie Sykes on 620 WTMJ News Radio in Milwaukee.

“Right now he’s ahead because he has a plurality,” Walker said of Trump’s voter support nationwide. "[He has] a plurality, not a majority.”

“I think the biggest thing is that there is such a big field,” he added.

“If there is a strong group of Republicans still in next to the end and that number’s too big, then again, a plurality still leads the way in those early primary caucus states.”

Walker said Trump’s lead in the polls could erode as Republican voters get more acquainted with the other candidates.

“There’s a certain element behind Mr. Trump,” he said. "[But] there are still a good number of Americans who are still searching.”

“I still think in the end the majority of voters want someone with a conservative message for sure but [also] a positive message like President Reagan had,” Walker said.

“In the end, if it gets down to just a handful of candidates, he is probably not the nominee.”

Walker stunned the GOP by ending his Oval Office bid late last month amid falling poll numbers. When dropping out, Walker urged other GOP candidates to follow his lead for the good of the party.

“I never expected that when I made my announcement to suspend my campaign that people would run out the next day and follow suit,” Walker said Wednesday.

“I think if more of that happens you get a viable alternative [to Trump].”

Walker added that he is satisfied with his decision and looks forward to serving Wisconsin well beyond the 2016 election cycle.

“Instead of doing what a lot of candidates do and whining about this, that or whatever, to me, I accept it for what it is,” he said of his suspended campaign.

“I have a pretty good day job. I love being the governor of Wisconsin,” Walker said.

“For me, the best thing I can do is spend the next three years — not just for Wisconsin, but for the country too — being the best possible governor I can.”