In an appearance on State of the Union Sunday, Governor John Kasich (R-OH) dodged on whether or not he would ever run for president again.
Host Dana Bash laid out all the actions Kasich has taken to maintain his presence in the public eye, and asked if Kasich plans to challenge Trump in 2020.
“No, no, no,” Kasich replied to the Trump question.
Beyond that, though, Kasich offered a less convincing argument: “I don’t see it. You don’t close the door on anything, but I don’t have my eyes on that.”
Kasich added, “I don’t intend to go away.”
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