“I’m pissed off,” Walsh told WISN 12 News while campaigning in New Hampshire. “I’m on the ballot in California and Texas but not Wisconsin. Florida, but not Wisconsin. How much sense does that make? That’s a bunch of (expletive). That’s a bunch of B.S. The Wisconsin party chairman is on his knees right now kissing Donald Trump’s feet.”

Per state law, the Wisconsin Presidential Preference Selection Committee has the sole discretion to determine who appears on the ballot based upon candidates who are “generally advocated or recognized in the national news media throughout the United States.”

Andrew Hitt, chairman of the Republican Party of Wisconsin, said Walsh and Weld weren’t included because they didn’t qualify in several other states and have done little campaigning in Wisconsin.

“President Trump’s first term in office brought record success to the American people and we look forward to re-electing him this November,” Hitt said in a statement.