Two years after coming in second to Donald Trump in the New Hampshire Republican primary, Ohio Governor John Kasich spoke at New England College Tuesday night, presenting a sharp contrast to President Trump‘s policies. On DACA, Kasich commented, "So it’s Easter and you wake up and find out we’ve been shipped out, I mean, come on, leaders don’t do that." When asked if he would receive Vladimir Putin in the Oval Office, like there is talk of Trump doing, Kasich responded, "You mean like now? No. Not now. Receive him to do what?" On the media, Kasich said, "I’m very concerned about the assault on the press where it’s all 'fake news.'You wrote something that I don’t agree with, that’s fake." Stories of How MLK Changed Lives at Key Moments The 2016 Republican presidential candidate says he doesn't know if he'll run again for the White House. He is in his last year as governor and says he must finish that first. He's term-limited and … [Read more...] about Gov. John Kasich’s New Hampshire Visit Fuels Speculation of 2020 Presidential Run
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Independent Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders may be polling second to Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, but it's not clear voters there will get to see his name on the ballot next to hers. Bernie Sanders: I can beat Hillary Clinton Charles Bass, a former Republican congressman from the first-in-the-nation primary state of New Hampshire, knows his way around the state's presidential election laws - he helped write them - and he harbors doubts about Sanders' eligibility for the Democratic primary ballot. In a Washington Post op-ed published Thursday, he declared,"Sanders is not a Democrat, has not been elected as a Democrat, has never served as a Democrat and cannot plausibly claim, at least in New Hampshire, to be a Democrat." While Sanders caucuses with Democrats in the Senate, the independent senator may have trouble qualifying for the Democratic ballot in New Hampshire. "State law makes clear that candidates must be registered members of the party on whose ballot line they wish to … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo Can Bernie Sanders run as a Democrat in New Hampshire?
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Chris Christie's opening week as a presidential candidate doubled as the first test of his campaign's blueprint for success: Camp out in New Hampshire, the first state in the nation to hold a primary election, and win over Republican primary voters one town hall at a time with his characteristic blunt talk and megawatt charisma. And at least for the opening stretch of his campaign, Christie seems to be able to avoid or neutralize those issues that have hurt him nationally, like the scandal in which his aidesordered the closure of certain lanes of the George Washington Bridge as an apparent act of political retribution, or his work with President Obama in the wake of Superstorm Sandy. Though national and state polls show Christie lagging behind his GOP opponents, Republicans who watched the New Jersey governor up close over five days and more than a dozen campaign events across the state say they were reminded of the star power that helped propel Christie to … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo Can Christie turn weaknesses into New Hampshire strengths?
ABC News Republican debate Sat. Feb. 6, 2016 MUIR: So let's welcome the candidates for the Republican nomination for president. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. (APPLAUSE) RADDATZ: Dr. Ben Carson. (APPLAUSE) MUIR: Texas Senator Ted Cruz. (APPLAUSE) RADDATZ: Businessman Donald Trump. (APPLAUSE) MUIR: Florida Senator Marco Rubio. (APPLAUSE) RADDATZ: Former Florida Governor, Jeb Bush. (APPLAUSE) MUIR: And Ohio Governor John Kasich. (APPLAUSE) RADDATZ: Ladies and gentlemen, the Republican candidates. (APPLAUSE) MUIR: And Dr. Ben Carson, please come out on the stage. He's standing there, as well. Dr. Carson. (APPLAUSE) RADDATZ: And Donald Trump. (APPLAUSE) MUIR: And lastly, we welcome back to the debate stage, Donald Trump. (APPLAUSE) RUBIO (?): What about Kasich? Can I introduce Kasich? MUIR: It was so noisy in here. Yes. Yes. We're going to introduce Ohio Governor John kasich. (APPLAUSE) MUIR: The applause so loud here in the hall. RADDATZ: The applause so loud you … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo Transcript: Eighth Republican debate, New Hampshire 2016
Manchester, New Hampshire (CNN)Republican Sen. Jeff Flake, a vocal critic of President Donald Trump, will stop in the early presidential primary state of New Hampshire on Friday, adding fuel to speculation that the retiring senator will launch a GOP challenge against the sitting President in 2020. "I'm just going for the weather," Flake quipped this week, talking about his upcoming trip. The senator from Arizona, who was facing a tough re-election bid and decided not to run for a second term, isn't knocking down the idea of a presidential campaign, especially against a man who Flake has accused of "charting a very dangerous path" for the country. "I'm not ruling it out," Flake told CNN when asked about 2020. "But it's not in my plans." The senator will speak at the Politics & Eggs series, a must-do stop for potential presidential contenders hosted by the New England Council and the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College. Read More In the year leading up … [Read more...] about Trump critic Sen. Jeff Flake to visit New Hampshire as 2020 looms