Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) isn’t taking questions from the media on Thursday, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
“The governor doesn’t have any media availability,” Walker spokesman Tom Evenson told the Wisconsin paper.
Walker’s silence came after a massive document dump related to an ongoing secret investigation of Walker and his former state and campaign aides in the Milwaukeee county executive office was released to the public.
After the documents were first released Walker did say to the press that he felt confident there wouldn’t be anything damaging in those files.
Walker is scheduled to travel to Washington D.C. for the National Governors Association conference over the weekend. He will return to Wisconsin on Monday.