Kasich On Trump’s Foreign Policy: That’s The Most Ridiculous Foreign Policy I Ever Heard

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“I think that’s like the most ridiculous, outlined foreign policy I ever heard. I mean, come on, I think he said he wanted to use nuclear weapons against ISIS. Nuclear weapons!… And then when he says we are going to let Japan and [South] Korea develop nuclear weapons, this is somebody who doesn’t understand foreign policy. He just doesn’t know it. It speaks for itself, doesn’t it?”

—Gov Kasich on Trump’s foreign policy

Governor John Kasich (R-OH), 2016 GOP presidential candidate, joined Brian Kilmeade on Kilmeade and Friends and reacted to the breaking news of Gov. Walker endorsing Sen. Cruz. Kasich also discussed why he feels Donald Trump’s foreign policy is the most ridiculous foreign policy he has ever heard and was honored to hear General Hayden say Kasich is the only candidate he would be comfortable advising. Plus, Kasich talked about why running a positive campaign has translated into him being the only candidate who is beating Hillary in the polls.

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Kasich on Scott Walker endorsing Ted Cruz in Wisconsin

(KASICH) You would always love to have, look I got Tommy Thompson, the former [Wisconsin] governor. The guy was governor 4 times, he is traveling all over the state for me. Endorsements don’t matter that much, they really don’t. It’s always nice to have them but at the end of the day, I think the person who had the most amount of endorsements up until now has been Marco Rubio and last time I checked, he wasn’t in the race anymore.

Kasich’s thoughts on Donald Trump’s foreign policy

(KASICH) I think that’s like the most ridiculous, outlined foreign policy I ever heard. I mean, come on, I think he said he wanted to use nuclear weapons against ISIS. Nuclear weapons! And to say NATO, look Brian, you know what I said about NATO because you follow the news. NATO needs to be transformed beyond a military organization, it still has that capability but also into an intelligence and policing organization to work across the borders across these countries over there, to get their act together so the world can come together not only to destroy ISIS but to be able to hunt down these Islamic killers and we all need to be together on that. And then when he says we are going to let Japan and [South] Korea develop nuclear weapons, this is somebody who doesn’t understand foreign policy. He just doesn’t know it. It speaks for itself, doesn’t it?

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