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Former Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker disagrees with many of his fellow Republicans on President Trump's infamous Twitter account.

"Unlike others, I'd tell him to tweet more, to be on Facebook more, to get the message out more, but to be focused," Walker told host Julie Banderas on "America's News HQ."

The former 2016 presidential candidate said he is glad the president has an "unfiltered" way to speak to Americans, but he should be focusing on policy.

President Trump lit up the news with yet another distraction from his administration's agenda Thursday morning when he tweeted personal insults at two of his sharpest critics, MSNBC's "Morning Joe" co-hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough.

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A chorus of Republicans criticized the tweets, including House Speaker Paul Ryan, who said they were not appropriate, and Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE), who called it "beneath the dignity of your office."

Walker said Trump should talk about why ObamaCare must be replaced, the importance of tax reform, and all other goals and campaign promises of this administration.

"Tweet more. I'm fine with that," Walker concluded.

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