All below are quotes from an article followed by the link to the transcript and the VIDEO.
“Yes, Gov. Walker supported path to citizenship:”
BAIER: In 2013, you said you supported a path to citizenship for people living here illegally, but recently you’ve
WALKER: Actually, I’m glad you asked about that, because the Wausau newspaper erroneously quoted me on that. They listed a video on their website that actually showed that the person who asked the question said that, not me, and ever since then I’ve had to deal with reports over and over again.
BAIER: So that’s wrong?
WALKER: That’s wrong. It’s not what I said. I have said I believe we need a legal immigration system. I have said repeatedly I oppose amnesty. I think we’re a nation of immigrants, but we’re also a nation of laws. We should have a legal way for people to come into this country either for work or for citizenship, just like we have for generations. Part of that deal is we need to make sure we have a border that’s secure, not just for immigration reasons, but as I mentioned, for national security.
I’m “the person who asked the question.” Walker is wrong. We have the video to prove it.
But the bit about endorsing a path to citizenship? Yeah, that definitely happened.
In the interest of transparency, here’s the full transcript of the 2013 exchange, which you can also watch in the video above. Emphasis added in a couple of places: