“People who say that sit in their little buildings in Washington,” Huckabee said.
Opposition to unions is a thin agenda for a presidential bid.
The Democratic presidential candidate said money still controls politics.
Big donors are looking for other campaigns to support.
Walker had taken on unions in Wisconsin and vowed to do so again as president.
Perhaps the Eastern Establishment GOP.
The candidate met with several-dozen bundlers just hours after the GOP presidential debate.
Bush, Fiorina, Walker and Paul all turned their fire on Trump.
The 2016 hopeful made his comments after John Kasich appeared reluctant to tear up the deal.
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Walker said Americans can't trust Clinton "on just about anything."
Once the Iowa front-runner, Walker got just 3 percent in the state in a recent poll.
“Right now he’s ahead because he has a plurality,” Walker said.
His medical success provides no indication as to whether or not he would be a good president.
Christie said the "competition of ideas and personalities" will determine the 2016 race.
The Wisconsin governor urges other candidates to follow suit.
The Wisconsin governor says Planned Parenthood should "absolutely" be defunded.
A Walker spokeswoman says "CNN had an agenda."
Rubio said he wouldn't risk the economy by imposing climate regulations.
The two split from Scott Walker, who has called for President Obama to call off the visit.
"We don't know who you are, where you're going," Walker said of Trump.
Walker "ready to go" for Wednesday night's debate, his campaign manager says.
Donald Trump, Ben Carson and Scott Walker lead the way on this week's slate.
The former front-runner's standing has fallen steadily since Trump joined the race.