Lots of Republicans have come around to embracing Donald Trump… except for the last two people who fought him in the GOP primary.
Ted Cruz has avoided saying much about Trump, and he made it clear recently that he doesn’t really need to make a decision about endorsing the GOP nominee just yet.
And John Kasich isn’t there either. In his first interview with local media since he dropped out, the Ohio governor said, “Unless I see a fundamental change it’s really hard for me to do a merger… If the values are not somewhat similar… it’s hard to do a merger… If he changes, that’s a whole new ballgame.”
Kasich said in a CNN interview last week that he wants to see Trump be a “uniter,” and he remains “undecided” about his next move in the 2016 race.
But he did make clear in the interview today that he is absolutely not voting for Hillary Clinton under any circumstances.
[h/t Business Insider]
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