John Kasich Headlines

  • John Kasich joins CNN as political commentator

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Former Gov. John Kasich says he's joined CNN as a political commentator. The Ohio Republican is a frequent critic of President Donald Trump and a potential 2020 presidential contender. Kasich announced in a tweet on Tuesday that he will begin immediately as a regular contributor on

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  • John Kasich Debuts As CNN Commentator Hours After Claire McCaskill Joins MSNBC

    Former Ohio Governor John Kasich will make his debut as CNN’s newest political commentator, Tuesday night on Cuomo Prime Time. CNN has been on a former-lawmaker spending spree, having previous week signed former Republican Rep. Mia Love and Dem Rep. Luis Gutierrez, as commentators. Kasich is one of President Donald Trump’s most prominent critics. He ran against Trump two years ago and he has more recently declined to rule out a 2020 primary bid against Trump. CNN and

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  • John Kasich signs with CNN as senior political commentator

    John Kasich's time as Ohio governor just came to an end. And his time as a CNN commentator just began. On Tuesday morning CNN announced that Kasich is the newest addition to the network's stable of commentators. He will appear as a guest across an array of CNN programs. Kasich's first appearance will be on "Cuomo Prime Time" on Tuesday night. His hiring was first reported by Axios on Tuesday morning. Kasich's move to CNN is notable because he is one of the most prominent critics of President...

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  • TVLine Items: Glee Grad Visits Chicago, Extreme Makeover Reboot and More

    A Glee vet is checking into Chicago Med: Lauren Potter, who played Becky Jackson on the Fox musical dramedy, will guest-star in an upcoming episode of the NBC medical series (airing Wednesdays at 8/7c), TVLine has learned exclusively. Potter’s character, Barbara Duncan, is described as a kind-hearted pregnant woman with Down Syndrome. She is described [

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  • CNN Signs Gov. John Kasich To A Contract. How Exciting.

    TOUCHDOWN ME How long until Kasich brings up that his dad was a mailman to Don Lemon? I have 22 seconds. In what was not considered stunning news at all today, former Ohio Governor and perennial P.I.A. to President Trump, John Kasich, announced he was going to CNN to offer his thoughts on stuff leading up to the 2020 Presidential cycle. Can you feel the | Read More

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  • GOP's John Kasich lands regular role as CNN commentator

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Former Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) says he's joined CNN as a political commentator. The Ohio Republican is a frequent critic of President Donald Trump and a potential 2020 presidential contender. Kasich announced in a tweet on Tuesday he will begin immediately as a regular contributor on

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  • Republican John Kasich joins CNN as a contributor while he considers 2020 White House run

    Kasich is planning to go on a West Coast swing this week to meet with donors and business leaders, including traveling to Los Angeles and parts of Silicon Valley, according to a person with direct knowledge of the matter.

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  • GOP’s John Kasich lands regular role as CNN commentator

    Ohio Republican John Kasich, a frequent critic of the president, says he’s joined CNN as a political commentator

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  • John Kasich hires United Talent Agency, looks to 2020 White House run

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Republican John Kasich has a talent agent. United Talent Agency announced its new client Monday, as Kasich was succeeded as Ohio governor by Republican Mike DeWine. Kasich said in a release that he's excited to keep his voice active "across the world" and to share his

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  • GOP's John Kasich is looking to join CNN or MSNBC as he considers running for president in 2020

    In recent weeks, Kasich, whose two-term tenure as Ohio's governor ends Monday, has signaled to close advisors and some donors that he's looking to sign with either CNN or MSNBC he finishes his tenure as Ohio's governor.

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  • Ohio Gov. John Kasich, Mulling Another GOP Presidential Run, Inks With UTA

    UTA has signed now former Ohio Gov. John Kasich, the state’s two-term Republican governor who ran for president in 2000 and in 2016 in the election won by Donald Trump. The move comes as the former U.S. congressman, also a bestselling author, has been sending smoke signals about a second GOP presidential candidacy; his run as governor ended today thanks to term limits. The pact unveiled Monday means UTA will represent Kasich across its Speakers, News and Broadcast, Media

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  • Kasich packs final Cabinet confab with firsthand accounts

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Outgoing Republican Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) used his final gathering with top advisers to celebrate accomplishments, lament defeats, recall challenges and share a few laughs. The outspoken Ohio governor and two-time presidential candidate ends his eight-year tenure Sunday, due to term limits. He's weighing another White

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  • John Kasich issued a fiery response to Trump's Oval Office address that mostly criticized the president's leadership

    John Kasich, former governor of Ohio and 2016 GOP presidential candidate, issued a statement in response to President Donald Trump's prime-time Oval Office address on Tuesday night. Kasich, a prominent and outspoken Republican critic of Trump, also scolded Democratic leaders Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York and the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who issued their own televised response after Trump's speech. "The President and Democrats need to learn how to compromise and put the American people...

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  • Trump’s re-election bid could be derailed by Republican challenger, RNC email warns

    “Look, the political history is clear. No Republican president opposed for re-nomination has ever won re-election,” wrote Republican National Committee member Jevon Williams in an email.

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  • and Trump's GOP critics see an opening

    For weeks, incoming Utah Sen. Mitt Romney has been tight-lipped as he prepares to be sworn in on Thursday, disappointing his longtime friends who hoped he would emerge as a new power center for mainstream Republicans in President Donald Trump's Washington, particularly with the Senate now without the late John McCain. Romney's tweets last month included a musing on church hymns and pictures of his grandchildren - and nothing about Trump. "Sorry, guys," he'd say as he rushed by and ignored...

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  • Oh No! Mitt Romney's Op-Ed Just Got The Worst Endorsement Possible

    Well, this puts a damper on things, doesn't it? The post Oh No! Mitt Romney’s Op-Ed Just Got The Worst Endorsement Possible appeared first on RedState.

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