ELECTION 2016 RECAP: Kasich ends campaign
In October, after a hot mic video emerged showing Trump making vulgar comments about grabbing women by the genitals because his celebrity allows him to do so, Kasich issued a strong statement, saying in part “Donald Trump is a man I cannot and should not support.”
In November, while in D.C. for the Cleveland Cavaliers event at the White House, Kasich said that he is praying for the success of Trump and he did send out a congratulatory tweet.
“What we can all do as Americans is join hands, join arms, say a few prayers for the success of the next president of the United States,” Kasich said outside the White House.
Kasich won’t be the only non-Trump fan at the inauguration: Bill and Hillary Clinton will be attending as well.
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