Reid accepted live on her show Wednesday, telling Walker he could appear on “The ReidOut” any day. But Walker is yet to publicly respond to the invite.
The exchange began Tuesday when the Donald Trump-endorsed Walker, who faces Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) in a runoff election on Dec. 6, said “this erection” instead of “this election” during a Fox appearance flanked by Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.).
“The ancestors are weeping,” tweeted Reid. “And why does he always need these handlers (who can’t even stop him from embarrassing himself.) Just humiliating.”
The following day, Walker said he’d “love to debate” Reid.
“I say, any day of the week she wants to debate, she can show up here and I’ll debate her as well on any subject,” he said in an interview shared online. “She can come up with the subject, and let’s go at it.”
Reid agreed on her show later Wednesday.
After all, she’d have plenty to grill the former football star on — from allegations he’s fathered secret children, pressured ex-partners into getting abortions and received a tax exemption for his home in Texas.
“OK, Herschel, come on,” she said. “No, seriously. We reached out to your team. We will have you on the ‘ReidOut’ any day. And we can debate. Just tell us when.”
Reid had one condition, though.
Walker has to debate “on your own” and not alongside national Republicans such as Cruz and Graham as he has been before.
On Thursday, Walker tweeted a Thanksgiving message. He does not appear to have commented on Reid’s offer, though.