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Kasich: This Is Why I Didn't Endorse Trump

Kasich: This Is Why I Didn't Endorse Trump

Elected officials on both sides of the aisle have, to varying degrees, floated the idea of impeachment, arguing that Trump's alleged attempts to influence the FBI investigation into Michael Flynn crossed a "deeply troubling" line.

In Los Angeles to promote his book "Two Paths: Divided or United?" the governor, who previous year got his "ass kicked" as show host Bill Maher described the beating he took after losing 49 GOP primaries and caucuses, turned in his best performance to date on why he's upset with both political parties, and why his voice on a variety of issues will continue to be heard even after he departs office in about 18 months.

When asked by moderator Jake Tapper whether Donald Trump is competent to be president, Kasich said, "I think (Trump) doesn't understand. he doesn't understand all the things about the job".

"I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go", Trump told Comey, according to the memo.




"Is Trump a liar, or am I using hyperbole here?" "There is a learning process for when you become president, there is a learning process for anybody".

"John is right. I don't think you want to make that leap to impeachment until you follow a path which leads us there". Sanders disagreed. He believes that the president is a smart guy and that something else is going on. "I don't think we know exactly what happened". "Let the facts speak for themselves and then we can draw a conclusion", he said. "The things that have swirled around this White House are the reasons that caused me not to move forward and support him both in the primary and going to that Republican convention", he said.

So would the two be willing to run on the same ticket one day? The Vermont senator, who has always been critical of Trump's words and actions during the presidency (and well before), spoke out to make several requests for the future.

"I think it would be bad for the country if the Democrats use this as a political opportunity, and ran a partisan effort", Sanders said.


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