The liberal media is beside themselves to the point of desperation. They couldn’t keep Trump from getting elected, and now that he’s president they can’t get him out of the White House. They are so desperate they are begging RINO Republicans to primary the president in 2020.
Newsbusters has the story:
2016 Republican presidential candidate and Ohio Governor John Kasich, who has remained a critic of the Trump administration, fielded questions from New Day co-host Alisyn Camerota about a possible 2020 Presidential run on Tuesday.
Camerota could barely contain her excitement as she pleaded with the Ohio Governor to run for President on a “split ticket” in 2020. Check out the video and transcript:
ALISYN CAMEROTA: So Governor, are you running for President in 2020?
JOHN KASICH: I have no clue what I’m doing in the next, in the next day. I know I’m going back home tonight. I don’t know, Alisyn. Look, we don’t know what’s happening in politics today. We don’t know what’s going to happen tomorrow.
CAMEROTA: I know.
KASICH: I just don’t know. I couldn’t say that.
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CAMEROTA: But I mean, Governor, listen. You have long talked about bipartisanship and how important that is and just now, you’re talking about how you don’t like how hardened each side has become, how polarized. And so, is there possibly a split ticket in your future? Is there a way that, I mean, this is the message you want to get out. Why not say, yeah, I’m going to try it again and I’m going to run in that middle ground that you like to talk about?
Keep dreaming Alisyn. Trump is here to stay, and he’ll probably win in 2020 by a landslide, regardless of who runs against him.
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