The fight between Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's camp, and the camp of Ohio Governor John Kasich continued Wednesday.
A story from the New York Times said the Trump campaign considered Kasich the perfect Vice President, and gave him the offer of being the most powerful VP in history, controlling both domestic and foreign policy. Trump's camp vehemently denied considering Kasich for VP too CNN, and said his background read like a "trashy novel."
It was the second time in three days of the convention the morning news centered around Kasich and Trump's feud.
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- John Kasich skipped a Wednesday breakfast with the Pennsylvania delegation after things became heated during the nomination vote between Pennsylvania and Ohio.
- Melania Trump's speechwriter offered to resign following plagiarism accusations that followed her speech the first night of the RNC.
- Hofstra University has offered spots for Wright State students after the university pulled out hosting the first 2016 presidential debate due to security and escalating costs.
- Ohio AG Mike DeWine said the two things Trump must do to win the presidency.
- Republican Party added the revival of Glass-Steagall Act to its 2016 platform. The repeal of the law in the 1990s is what some blame for the 2008 financial crisis. If the law were reenacted, it would lead to the breakup of major U.S. banks in order to separate commercial banking from investment banking.
- The NAACP's national convention is in Cincinnati. Cornell William Brooks, NAACP president, decried police brutality and said both Trump and Clinton need African-American votes to win the White House.
- Ted Cruz backers are pushing for the Texas Senator to run in 2020.