KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) — Gov. Scott Walker said Tuesday that his support for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump hasn’t wavered, despite the release of a 2005 video in which the New York billionaire boasted about forcing himself on women and allegations that Trump groped or sexually assaulted several women. Walker said Trump’s comments about women are inexcusable but that his support for him hasn’t changed since he first made the case at the Republican national convention that electing Trump was better than a Hillary Clinton presidency. He made clear, though, that it was unlikely he’d campaign with Trump in the last few weeks of the campaign. Top Wisconsin Republicans skipped Trump’s Monday appearance in Green Bay, including Walker, Sen. Johnson and House Speaker Paul Ryan.