John Kasich lost the 2016 Republican Presidential Primary in epic fashion.
In the Republican primaries, Kasich won only 161 Republican delegates out of a total available of 2,472 delegates.
After withdrawing from the race, Kasich sniped at Trump and continues to snipe at Trump on cable news shows and Twitter:
I’ve repeatedly encouraged POTUS to unite our country. It was disappointing that last night in Phoenix, he once again refused. 1/
— John Kasich (@JohnKasich) August 23, 2017
Now, there are reports that Kasich is talking to a Democrat about teaming up against Trump.
“Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) and Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (D) — “the Johns,” as insiders are calling them — have been making a flurry of joint appearances to talk about state-driven improvements to health care.
But Axios has learned that their duet is part of an alliance that’s gaining momentum toward a possible joint independent bid for president in 2020, likely with Kasich at the top of the ticket:
The two, who got to know each other at conferences, plan to extend their joint platform from health care to two other hot policy areas: immigration and job creation.”
“It also cited as evidence of a potential bipartisan ticket Kasich’s invitation to Hickenlooper to visit New Hampshire, the state where Kasich came in second place during the early days of the 2016 GOP primary.
Kasich has been one of the GOP’s most outspoken critics of Trump, while Hickenlooper has been seen as a potential 2020 Democratic candidate.”
Kasich couldn’t win the Republican primary.
Does he think he has a chance with Democrats?
Does Kasich really think he has a chance with Democrats?