Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who’s coming in fourth of four in the Republican primary race for presidency, strayed from party line and popular logic while discussing the idea of a brokered convention with ABC News, outright asking the host at one point: What’s the big deal with that?
He also thought it was a done deal – that no single Republican candidate was going to have the required number of delegates to avoid a contested convention.
“George,” he said, during an interview on “This Week” with host George Stephanopoulos, “no one is going to have the numbers.”
He then went on, Politico reported: “What’s the big deal about that, other than it’s exciting? Think about how much education our kids are going to get, about the way in which we pick a president. … I think it will be very cool.”