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RINO John Kasich Admits He Cried over Loss to Trump

'If it stays a Trump party in the long term, it will not be successful... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) RINO elite John Kasich pathetically admitted to crying over his loss to former President Donald Trump in the 2016 Republican primaries, Breitbart reported.

Kasich, who is now predictably a senior contributor for CNN, told the story on his podcast ‘Kasich & Klepper’ of the time that he wept after losing to Trump.

“I was really hoping that we would block [Trump] and then people would come to their senses,” Kasich said.

“But when it was over, we got off the plane…I went behind this building, and I cried. I had one cry. Then I went to my daughter’s school – and that was really hard – and they had gotten wind of it and then they came out and gave me a big hug.”

Kasich’s weeping antics reflect the larger reaction to Trump’s election to president in 2016.

But Kasich and his establishment friends were unwilling to let go of the loss, instead manipulating the 2020 election via COVID lockdowns and mail-in-ballots.

The RINO has spent years complaining about people’s love for Donald Trump.

Last year, for example, he falsely predicted that if the Republican Party follows Trump, there would be a mass exodus from the party.

“If it stays a Trump party in the long term, it will not be successful. It will begin to die,” he said at the time.

“Frankly, it’s dying already, because a lot of people have left the party. There is a chance for them to get back on their feet.”

Later in the podcast Kasich noted that, though he enjoyed his time as Ohio‘s governor, he did not miss the job.

“People say, ‘Do you miss being governor?’ It is a powerful position in the seventh-largest state,” he stated. “And I said no because I knew what was going to come, and the job doesn’t define me.”

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