in the vicinityVideoGov. John Kasich ‘seriously’ running for President in the year 2020, says the dysfunction in Washington is ‘very worrying’
The current political climate “disturbing” outgoing Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich is calling on Fox News Sunday said, “” that he is “actively considering” mounting a primary challenge to President trump in the 2020 election.
Kasich — who put his 2016 presidential candidacy in may of this year, and only claimed a victory in his home state of Ohio to the consistently far ahead of Trump in all of the major polls — said he has a whole series of consultants, analysis of his potential candidacy every day.
“All options are on the table,” Kasich, including the run as a Independent if he does not secure the Republican party nomination. “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.”
Kasich said the Republican, as well as in Ohio during the 2018 mid-term elections and got “smashed” elsewhere, because the GOP in Ohio is focused a different “road map” – a, “hope.”
The Republicans in the last month secured a veto-proof majority in the Ohio State legislature, and not only won the gubernatorial contest, but all four-ticket race. Trump won Ohio by nearly 10 points in the 2016 presidential race, and some political analysts now say the state is what in part to demographic change — the swing state is no longer it was historically.
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“You can not ignore your allies. You can’t just do things on your own – ‘America First,'” Kasich said, referring to the President’s campaign slogan and declared a principle of governance.
Primary challenges can not sit in significant damage to the President, although, the primary Challenger won the presidency in modern times. Pat Buchanan’s 1992 race against President George H. W. Bush for the Republican nomination showed the influence of the party’s hard-right wing, and Ted Kennedy split in 1980 bid against President Jimmy Carter in deep, Democrats as well as Republicans United behind then-candidate Ronald Reagan.
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Kasich proposed specifically, Trump had made a mistake by pushing to provide a potential deal this summer, the border wall of the financing in exchange for a path to citizenship for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients.
“A President can not simply get all what you want,” Kasich. “I don’t understand why he is not the deal. Give me a few billion for the wall and for that we can of the IF people stay.”
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But house Republicans had rejected by an overwhelming majority, the arrangement. The sprawling, compromise GOP-immigration law, which would give a path to citizenship for young illegal immigrants, directing $25 billion for the construction of a border wall could not support in the house, despite encouragement from the President for the Republicans, by a 301-121 voice
Kasich completed Trump criticize the announced withdrawal of troops from Syria, said that while the decision may have fulfilled the promise of a campaign, it was “harsh” and came too quickly, without adequate warning to the allies in the region.
“The consequences of what all this means in the long term for our foreign policy, our agenda, is really said in the air,” Kasich. “It’s a lot to me.”