Gov. John Kasich still won’t say whether he’ll be on the ballot again, but he did have some thoughts about how Democrats and his fellow Republicans fared in Tuesday’s election results.
Kasich says the results were a rejection of negative and narrow campaigning and leadership. And he says those who think Republican losses were about inaction to repeal Obamacare are wrong. And that wasn’t all: “A party that moves to blunt immigration or to break down trade or alienate our allies, that’s just not going to work."
But he says that doesn’t mean the other side won. “I don’t think this was some great win for Democrats. This was a victory for people who said, I’ve had enough of negativity, and this is not the country that I want.”
But once again, Kasich deflected questions about a presidential campaign, saying he doesn’t know what he’s going to do in 13 months.