John Kasich: GOP Candidate Said He Didn't Invite Trump To Ohio Rally

John Kasich: GOP Candidate Said He Didn't Invite Trump To Ohio Rally

The imprint of those three former governors on the state's economy still remains, even though the current crop of Republicans try hard to blame Malloy and anyone else but themselves for the problems that were created during those administrations. The 12th district has a higher percentage of people 25 and older with college degrees than any other district in the state, and Trump's popularity there has waned.

Trump called Balderson "the guy who will do things" and dismissed Balderson's Democratic opponent, Franklin County recorder Danny O'Connor, as a person nobody knows. "And you add to that millenials, you have it very close".

Kasich said Balderson told him he hadn't had anything to do with the president's decision to come to Ohio.

"I asked him, I said, Troy, why did you invite Trump in here, the president?"

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Both James and Lemon are African-American.

"Republicans have gone from about 30, 31 percent down to about 25 percent", of the electorate, Kasich said.

Prominent Republican leaders like Senate Republican President Pro Tem Leonard A. Fasano and House Minority Leader Themis Klarides are trying to turn the focus of CT citizens away from President Donald Trump. "The party has shrunk because we don't have this positive growth-oriented opportunity message". "I think it could be a red wave", Trump said of his party's prospects in November.

President Donald Trump spent much of his rally on Saturday night trashing CNN and MSNBC, but also took some time to show love to his preferred cable news network, Fox News.

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