Ohio Gov. John Kasich on "Two Paths", 2016 race and unity


During a town hall meeting in NY moderated by CNN, Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Monday that he would grade President Donald Trump's performance as an "incomplete".

Kasich's "Two Paths: America Divided or United" is being published Tuesday.

Kasich, who fought bitterly with Trump for the Republican presidential nomination past year, has been a vocal critic of the real estate mogul since before he was elected.

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Kasich said he would give Trump an "incomplete" grade for his first 100 days in office. "Is this politics? Are you running in the primary?' It has nothing to do with that", Kasich says. "It has nothing to do with that", Kasich said.

"Nothing big can be sustained if you don't have both parties working with it", Mr. Kasich said.

"So they're going to ship these people up and break up families?"

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"I didn't endorse him", said Kasich.

It's important for Trump to act like a "good father" for the country, like he is in his personal life, Kasich said, and he does believe the president is feeling his responsibilities and should be given a chance to succeed. "I mean, we want to be for our president, because if we are tearing each other apart, nothing will ever get done, not healthcare, not fixing social security, none of this things". "I didn't go to the convention. Give the guy a chance, is my view", he said Tuesday.

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