The timing of John Kasich's departure from the presidential race is coincidental at best. For someone claiming to be in it for the long haul, he jumped shipped at an odd and awkward time, just hours after Ted Cruz suspended his campaign.
"I mean, is there a more despicable person? And this is saying something in a race where somebody said that Rafael Cruz killed JFK or was involved in the killing of JFK. It's hard to find the most despicable person in the last year, but it may be John Kasich," Glenn said.
Research shows that had Kasich dropped out when he clearly had no chance of winning, Cruz could have won.
Hot Air put together a timeline of events in the primary season that shows some peculiar decisions along the way. Could this point to a deal between Trump and Kasich?
"I think all of these things we noticed at the time, but Hot Air put them together in one post about there being a deal between Trump and Kasich," Co-host Stu Burguiere said.
An alliance could be just as likely between Kasich and the GOP. Either way --- a deal with Trump or the GOP --- it would benefit Trump.
The timeline covers everything from Trump and Kasich pulling out of the March 21 Fox News debate to the deal made by Cruz and Kasich to Trump's lies about Raphael Cruz.
"Now is the time to have the final question of, 'What is this man's character?' And I really, truly believe somebody needs to start pursuing, 'What was the deal with John Kasich?' Because I want to know. Because I think it's equal chance that it was the GOP and not Donald Trump," Glenn said.
Who made the deal?
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