On Fox News this morning, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker wasn't nearly as critical of Mitt Romney's approach to the campaign as he was on Morning Joe last week.
If you remember, Walker called out the Romney campaign last week for showing too much "caution".
Well, today Fox host Gretchen Carlson explicitly asked Walker if he was a bolder politician than Romney, and Walker answered much more carefully.
"Well, I think to me that the more times -- at least in our state, and I think it's a lot of other swing states -- the more Governor Romney as a candidate comes in as a candidate and talks about his agenda, which I think is a bold agenda.... the better off he has.
And it's got to be a combination of the two -- certainly a referendum, which I think the president fails on.... but then I also think the more time we hear from Governor Romney, the better off we're going to be, because he's got a great message."