Is John Kasich Leaving the GOP?
The 2016 Republican Primaries brought about an interesting array of candidates positioning themselves for the nomination. As candidates began to whittle down, the final three remaining were Ted Cruze, Donald Trump and John Kasich — the latter being the governor for the state of Ohio.
Throughout the course of the primary campaign, many people wanted to support Governor Kasich, but they saw him too far behind Ted and Donald to believe he even had a chance at winning the nomination and beating either Hillary or Bernie. He also didn’t have that charisma and ability to grab the attention of voters during debates in the way Donald Trump. Regardless, he remains the governor of Ohio and, and by most accounts, has done a decent job as the state’s governor. However, Kasich may have a bit of a bombshell to drop on the GOP.
So what exactly is Kasich’s problem with the Republican Party? Despite what the liberal-leaning media might tell you, it isn’t a specific Republican issue. He also isn’t looking at becoming a Democrat, like some outlets have reported.
Recently, the Ohio governor pointed out the problems on both political sides in how there is too much strife and no clear agenda. Due to this, Kasich has stated he’s considering a move from the GOP in order to become an independent.
John Kasich has remained a strict critic of President Trump throughout the current presidential term. He hasn’t gone the way of Hillary and blammed everything on Trump or on someone else. However, he does point out issues, as he sees them, and what he would do differently.
What exactly are his problems with the current GOP (and politics in general)? Make sure to watch the video link in order to find out.
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