Kasich Doubts Trump Can Win Ohio
Ohio Gov. John Kasich questioned Donald Trump’s ability to win Ohio in November.
The Hill reports:
Kasich, who mounted his own GOP presidential run, has not endorsed Trump, the Republican nominee for president. He did not attend last week’s Republican Nacional Convention in his home state.
“Without an endorsement, I thought it would be inappropriate for me to go in there and make some kind of a talk,” he said.
“There will be no way that I’m going to vote for Hillary Clinton. As for what I do in the end, I don’t know,” he added.
Kasich also hinted at talks that took place between the two campaigns in the past, but would not reveal the details about the extent of those conversations.
“There were conversations between some of my advisers and some Trump people,” he said. “That was then, and we’re moving on. I can’t tell you exactly what happened.”
Reports emerged this week that Trump’s family reached out to Kasich in May, offering to make him “most powerful vice president in history.” Trump has denied the reports.
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