In an interview broadcast Sunday, alleged Republican John Kasich, the spoiler candidate funded by billionaire George Soros, demanded Donald Trump apologize to Barack Obama for the birther controversy started by Hillary Clinton’s supporters during the 2008 election.
“You know, yeah,” he told NBC’s “Meet the Press” when asked if Trump owes Obama an apology.
The Hill added:
Kasich, who ended his own presidential bid in May and has not endorsed the Republican nominee, said he doesn’t agree with questioning Obama’s birthplace.
Kasich said the issue and the fact that it keeps getting raised reflects a “growing division and anger” between people in the country who are members of different parties and have different philosophies.
“That’s what we ought to be alarmed by. There was tremendous hatred being directed at George W. Bush, you know, that he needed to be impeached and all these insane things,” Kasich said.
“And that same anger has moved on to Barack Obama. And it’s going to move on to whoever should win this election. We ought to be alarmed with the drift in this country away from what’s best for our nation and not what’s best for me as I, you know, vent my anger or frustration.”
Of course, it doesn’t matter to him that Trump didn’t start the controversy. As we noted here and here, it was actually started by Hillary’s supporters — but Kasich, a true “Republican in name only” — didn’t demand Clinton apologize.
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