in the vicinityVideoGov. John Kasich ‘seriously’ running for President in the year 2020, says the dysfunction in Washington is ‘very worrying’
The Ohio Governor speaks on “Fox News Sunday” on his timeline for a decision to challenge President trump.
The former Ohio Gov. John Kasich to close the door when it comes to a possible GOP primary challenge against President Trump?
“I don’t see a way to get there,” the former two-term Governor, turned to the senior CNN political commentator said Friday during an appearance on the cable news network.
“Right now, there’s no way,” he indicates the trump suit is a strong support for the re-election among Republican voters is added.
But a top Kasich political consultant, told Fox News “nothing has changed.”
When it comes to potentially the primary demanding Trump says Kasich for a long time that “all my options are still on the table. “
In an interview with Fox News last November in the first-in-the-nation presidential primary state of New Hampshire, said Kasich, “I really don’t know what I’ll do.”
“I plan no time. I don’t know, don’t announce schedules, because I know. I have to see how the situation is and whether I can really have an impact. I don’t want to waste everyone’s time if there isn’t a clear way to make a big impact,” Kasich said of the time.
And in an interview on Fox News Sunday a month later, Kasich said, “all options are on the table.”
“We look at every day-I have a team of people every day to the factors that go into a consideration of how that. We assess it, and at some point I’m going to make a decision,” he added.
Kasich, who also served nearly two decades in Congress, said on Friday that he was “never involved in a political race, where I believe that I could win.”
“Right now, there’s no way,” he added.
But he appeared to leave, to break, says: “we never know what the future will bring.”
Kasich will be on the second place in the 2016 New Hampshire Republican primary behind trump, the one-time longshot for the nomination of a potential candidate. But in the following months, the only elementary school that he could win, was in his home state.
Kasich never trump during the 2016 campaign, even after Trump blocked approved, the GOP presidential nomination. And Kasich is not that of the summer of the Republican nominating convention, even if it took place in Cleveland, in his home state of Ohio. Since Trump’s moved into the White house, Kasich, a vocal critic of the President remained.
The comments from Kasich, a veteran GOP political consultant John Weaver asked on Friday Fox News stressed that “nothing has changed.”
“Every day the tables could turn,” added Weber, who served as chief strategist for Kasich in the 2016 presidential campaign.
Weaver said that “all options remain on the table.”
He argued that “millions of the party since the Trump choice” and said that he is studying, whether or not you “to come back and participate” in the 2020 primaries.
Another vocal Trump critic, former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld, is the only Republican currently, the primary challenge to the President.
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But Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has sparked speculation during a trip to New Hampshire last month, when he ran the headline: “politics and eggs”, is a must for White house hopefuls.
Asked about the introduction of a primary challenge against the President, Hogan told reporters: “a growing number of people have asked me to give it serious consideration, and I felt an obligation that I needed to do that.”