This Never-Trumper’s career is over after these poll results came in
Ever since he lost the 2016 primary, John Kasich has attacked Donald Trump at every turn.
Many have speculated he’s setting up for a primary challenge.
But a poll just came in that left Kasich thinking about his life choices.
Kasich recently signed with CNN as a political commentator, giving him free airtime to attack the President.
While he may be enjoying the attention the media is giving him, Kasich will be forced to reconsider his 2020 plans once he sees this new poll.
An Emerson College poll of Iowa voters revealed that voters prefer President Trump to John Kasich by 90%.
The Daily Caller reports:
The poll also finds Trump would best Ohio Gov. John Kasich in a head-to-head matchup in Iowa: 90 percent to 10 percent. Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz’s potential candidacy would be a death knell for Warren, according to the poll, which surveyed 831 voters with a margin of error of plus or minus 3.4 percentage points.
This is an overwhelming sign that Republicans do not want John Kasich to run for President.
The reality is, is that Kasich has lost nearly all of his supporters in the Republican Party.
During the election, he led the “Never-Trump” movement that encouraged Republicans not to vote for Trump.
And two of his last acts as Governor of Ohio were vetoing a gun rights expansion bill and a piece of pro-life legislation.
Now, John Kasich’s only friends are political pundits, members of the fake news media, and Democrats.
The chances of John Kasich winning a primary battle with President Trump zero.
If John Kasich is considering running for President against Donald Trump, he will need to secure the nomination from a different political party.
But that’s probably where he belongs anyways.