Governor Walker and Tom Zalaski discussed a variety of topics, including Act 10, and Walker's campaign promise to create 250,000 jobs.
Walker also reacted to a new video that was released Friday showing the governor discussing his plans to take collective bargaining off the table just weeks before proposing Act 10.
In the video Governor Walker is discussing his plans with donor Diana Hendricks. The billionaire donor asks Walker how she can help to make Wisconsin a right to work state.
Governor Walker is in the middle of a recall campaign to hold on to the office he was elected to less than 18 months ago.
The recall effort was sparked over the controversy surrounding Act 10, a law that stripped most public employees of their collective bargaining rights.
Walker squares off against Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett in a June 5 election.
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