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John Kasich
Husband, dad and former Governor of Ohio. Senior political contributor on CNN. Pre-orders available for my new book coming October 15th!
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John Kasich Aug 17
If America wants to project power into Asia, we need to re-enter the Trans-Pacific Partnership. It was a mistake to withdraw and forfeit our influence in the region. Joining the TPP would restore our relationships with our allies in Asia.
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John Kasich Aug 15
I’m proud of my friend, Gov. . He stood on his principles, defended capitalism and rejected big government. He just couldn’t get the airtime he needed. He has a great future in business and in politics.
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John Kasich Aug 15
When I'm asked (usually daily) to comment on the latest story, my answer is usually the same. 1. I oppose many of his actions & rhetoric but I'm careful not to make my comments personal. 2. The country needs a President who can unite America.
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John Kasich Aug 15
Are you kidding me?? This shouldn’t even be a debate: America needs to stand behind the freedom-loving people of .
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John Kasich Aug 13
Is this conservative?
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John Kasich Aug 13
The United States government should speak out in support of Hong Kong’s freedom and democracy. While we spend our time fighting over trade, let’s not forget the need to fight for human rights in and around China.
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John Kasich Aug 13
America’s growing deficit should concern us all. It’s a symptom of runaway govt spending. The White House, Congress and American ppl need to wake up to the reality of a $22 trillion debt hanging over our children’s and grandchildren’s heads.
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John Kasich Aug 12
The Hobbit is one of the greatest books I’ve ever read — and this new film tells the story of friendship, spirituality, and imagination behind the author J. R. R. Tolkien. Be sure to check it out.
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John Kasich Aug 12
I am constantly amazed at the courage of people in Hong Kong, who have figured out a way to fight the struggle for freedom and democracy.
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John Kasich Aug 7
I’m here in Dayton today with to discuss the need for reforms to reduce gun violence. I’ll be with at 1PM ET.
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John Kasich Aug 6
Looking forward to joining tonight at 10pm ET to talk about the need to reduce gun violence in America. Tomorrow, I’ll be in Dayton with in the 9am ET hour. Hope you can tune in to !
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John Kasich Aug 6
I am proud of for proposing red flag legislation and more aggressive background checks. If there is anything I can do to help, I will.
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John Kasich Aug 5
I liked what had to say today about reducing gun violence. Now it’s all about follow through to put us in a better position to be safer.
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John Kasich Aug 5
In his address today, should convene a bipartisan group - similar to what we did in Ohio - to find common ground on ways to reduce gun violence.
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John Kasich Aug 4
America needs reasonable reforms to reduce gun violence. Prayer without action doesn’t matter.
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John Kasich Aug 4
As we saw yesterday in El Paso, these horrific acts of violence are becoming too common in our communities and it’s well past time that our leaders take steps to find sensible solutions to reduce this gun violence.
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John Kasich Aug 4
We are all devastated to learn of what happened early this morning in Dayton. It’s absolutely heartbreaking and I commend the brave first responders who acted so quickly to save lives.
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John Kasich Aug 3
Today’s tragic shooting in El Paso is deeply felt by all of us across the country. God bless the family and friends of those killed today and the many injured by this senseless act of violence.
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John Kasich Aug 1
The Washington National Cathedral is right, words matter. Proud to see cathedral leadership calling out for his language and behavior.
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John Kasich Aug 1
It’s astounding that both parties continue to bury their heads in the sand on our growing national debt.
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