Ohio Governor John Kasich, the delusional George Soros-funded GOP presidential candidate who recently came in fourth in a three-man race in Arizona, now says that not only will he not consider a vice-presidential slot on the GOP ticket, he’s actually open to having a Democrat as his running mate.
Fortunately, he doesn’t stand a snowball’s chance of being the nominee at this point, but it says a lot about the candidate.
The Washington Examiner reported:
Ohio Gov. John Kasich said he isn’t willing to serve as anyone’s vice president, but he indicated party affiliation would not matter to him when choosing his own running mate.
After losing the Arizona primary and trailing a candidate who is no longer running for president, Kasich hit the campaign trail in Wisconsin and told voters only he could beat the Democrats in November.
He ruled out the possibility of serving with any GOP nominee, but would not oppose putting a Democrat near the top of the Republican ticket himself in November.
“I’m going to be nobody’s vice president, OK?” he said at a town hall in Wauwatosa. “I will not be anybody’s vice president. Just so you know.”
According to the Examiner, he avoided answering the question about a potential Democrat running mate, but then said he wouldn’t rule it out.
“If you’re going to bring somebody over they need to know what you’re about. And they can’t spend their time trying to pick at you and undermine you because, frankly, we don’t have enough time to do it,” he said. “Just because someone happens to be a Democrat doesn’t mean they’re disqualified. President Obama, he had his secretary of defense, Bob Gates, a Republican. And I think Bob did a fantastic job for him.”
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