Tag Archives: John Kasich


Kasich Equates Trump with ‘Political Meth’

“At some point, the fever will break. Maybe that’s where we are with Trump. Maybe he’s our political meth. The egomania, the rashness, the multi-front war on everyone in his way and some who aren’t — this is not sustainable in a country that cares about other things.”

— Gov. John Kasich, in an interview with Matt Bai.


Kasich Calls Rigged Election Talk ‘Silly’

Look, to say that elections are rigged and all these votes are stolen — that’s like saying we never landed on the moon, frankly. That’s how silly it is.

— Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R), hitting back against Donald Trump’s claim that the election is “rigged,” CBS News reports.


Kasich to GOP: Evolve or Die

I will tell you that if the Republican Party does not evolve, the Republican Party is going to die.

— Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R), in an interview with Business Insider.


Kasich Is in a Predicament

It is odd, isn’t it? It’s going to be strange.

— Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who “finds himself in a peculiar situation these days. He’s responsible for helping to safeguard a Republican convention he will not speak at, a nominee he will not support and an arena he probably will not step foot in,” the Washington Post reports.


Ohioans Want Kasich to Drop Prez Bid


Of Gov. John Kasich’s constituents think he should quit the presidential race, compared to 38% who think it’s time for him to drop out, according to a new Public Policy Polling survey in Ohio.


Indiana Poll Shows Cruz with Commanding Lead There


Ted Cruz’ lead in the Indiana GOP presidential race, followed by Donald Trump at 29% and John Kasich at 13%, according to a new Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics poll.


Half of Republicans Now Back Trump


Donald Trump has cracked 50% support among GOP voters for the first time, followed by Ted Cruz at 26% and John Kasich at 17%, according to new NBC News/Survey Monkey poll.


Kasic: GOP Doesn’t Like Ideas

If you don’t have ideas, you got nothing, and frankly my Republican Party doesn’t like ideas. They want to be negative against things.

— Gov. John Kasich, in a Washington Post interview.


Cruz Takes National Lead for First Time


Ted Cruz’ first lead over the GOP field nationally, followed by Donald Trump at 37% and John Kasich at 23%, the Reuters/Ipsos tracking poll shows.


Trump Support Falling Off Nationally


Donald Trump remains the national frontrunner but his support has dropped three points from 48% last week. Ted Cruz is behind him with 28% support and John Kasich has 18% support, according to a new NBC News|SurveyMonkey poll.