John Kasich Says he Won’t be an Independent Presidential Candidate in 2020

On Sunday, August 27, Ohio Governor John Kasich was on “Meet the Press”, where he denied that he will run for president as an independent in 2020.  Thanks to Political Wire for this news.


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John Kasich Says he Won’t be an Independent Presidential Candidate in 2020 — 9 Comments

  1. The United Coalition of Candidates’ MIP @Andy Caffrey (Ecotopian Democratic) was the International Parliament General Assembly first guest speaker.

    Thanks to the Senate Chamber for the precedents and thanks to Senator Pamela Elizondo (Green) for participation during conference call.

    The event helped set new precedents.

    The meeting’s minutes will be linked to the home page in time for next monthly bulletin on September 1st, 2017.

    See the links to the General Assembly Conference already established in bottom navigation bar on home page:

    http://international-parliament.org

    Thank you to all those who participated.

    Respectfully.
    IP Vice President James Ogle (Republican)

  2. To clarify, I am writing about the new International Parliament (IP) Senate Chamber, IP General Assembly and IP Senator Pamela Elizondo (Green).

    We are all parties and independents working together under pure proportional representation.

  3. I didn’t take it as a blanket “no” on running independent, he just denied a Kasich-Hickenlooper ticket specifically. Maybe I misunderstood.

  4. How about LIE detectors for all of the power mad freaks wanting to be a Prez/VP ???

    — due to the SCOTUS hacks making each Prez into an elected killer-tyrant.

  5. I don’t think the Axios article was inaccurate. I think after it came out, Kasich decided an independent bid in 2020 isn’t good for him. But that doesn’t mean he wasn’t thinking about it when the article was first published.

  6. Richard – my problem with all media today is news reports that cannot be substantiated (ie. “fake news”). If an article says “unnamed sources say”, I now immediately dismiss the article as fake news. However, if the article says, Joe Blow said “X and Y are going to run for office”, then I can, if I go to the trouble, actually communicate with Joe Blow to confirm his statement. Most MSM reporting today falls into the former category, as did the original Axios article (“… Axios has learned…” was the entire attribution of the source). That’s why the American people have a crisis of trust of journalism. Journalism is no longer predominantly about facts that can actually be substantiated, but is instead about pushing an agenda with lots of conjecture, innuendo and actual lies. Richard – please stick to facts that can be substantiated. Thx.

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