Kasich: ‘I Would Be the Worst Vice President the Country Ever Saw’

‘I’m running for the top job and if I don’t get the top job I’m still governor of Ohio’

COOPER: “Trump in an interview in ‘USA Today’ said that he likes you, he likes Marco Rubio and kind of named you in a list of people he might even consider for vice president.”
KASICH: “Would you asking me if I would be his vice president?”
COOPER: “Would you?”
KASICH: “Zero.”
COOPER: “Absolutely not.”
KASICH: “Zero — I’m not going to be anybody’s vice president.”
COOPER: “Do you see —“
KASICH: “I would be the worst vice president the country ever saw."

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