KASICH STRIKES A PRESIDENTIAL POSE
Ohio Gov. John Kasich has all the hallmarks of someone gearing up for a presidential run, his second bid for the White House. He has a splashy and significant book arriving Tuesday titled “Two Paths: America Divided or United.” The author has already declared “Together, united, we can reclaim the America we love and hold so dear,” and promises to deliver a “powerful message of togetherness, a clarion call to reason and purpose and a clear path toward a more promising tomorrow.”
That surely sounds like a catchy campaign phrase.
On Monday, Mr. Kasich could expand on his idea during a CNN appearance. He appears on a live town hall complete with studio audience with prime-time host Anderson Cooper. The network says Mr. Kasich will weigh in on president Trump’s 100 days and his “hopes for the future.”
His hopes for the future may not include espousing a rigid loyalty to one political party, however.
“I think political parties are on their way out, essentially,” Mr. Kasich told CBS News in an interview Sunday. “I think people care less about party. They want action and things done.”