RightWisconsin Editor James Wigderson returned Monday from the house that the mouse built in Florida to talk about the Mickey Mouse politics here in Wisconsin with Steve Scaffidi on WTMJ-AM.

Among the topics discussed, will Governor Scott Walker veto the lame duck legislation? Why is the governor thinking about his legacy? What is his one lasting policy achievement?

Speaking of a Big House with a Big Cheese, why is President Donald Trump’s affair with a porn star the big threat to his presidency? When you’re “Individual 1,” the Southern District of New York federal prosecutor has you in their sights, even after Trump leaves office.

Meanwhile, Trump’s chief-of-staff is leaving at the end of the year. How bad was White House morale, and who wants to be the next Billy Martin to a President Steinbrenner? Will Trump run for re-election in 2020? Will there be a Republican primary challenge to Trump?

Finally, what is the problem with the number of people on disability insurance, and how important is it to get those people back into the workforce? Scaffidi and Wigderson discuss an op-ed by Collin Roth of the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty.

Bonus: What dangerous contraband was confiscated at the airport by the TSA from the Wigderson family bags? And what is the “widows and orphans” tour?