Kasich: After Trump’s First Six Months ‘I’m Worried About Our Country’


On this weekend’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday,” Gov. John Kasich (R-OH) said after President Donald Trump’s first six months in office he was “worried about our country.” Partial transcript as follows: WALLACE: Governor, let’s start with — with President Trump. When you look at the events of just recent days, the public humiliation of Jeff Sessions, the — the shocking interview by Anthony Scaramucci, the open infighting in the White House, sitting there in Columbus, Ohio, what do you think? GOV. JOHN KASICH (R), OHIO: Well, I’m worried about our country, obviously, Chris. And here’s the thing. You know, the White House is an amazing institution. It has great power. But when I think about the people who have been able to lend voice to amplify that power, you know I think about FDR, nothing to fear but fear itself, I think about JFK, you know, it’s not what you — what your country can do for you, what do you do for your country, or Ronald Reagan, you know, the city on a — on a — a shining city on a hill. What we need — and I think perhaps the president can get there, I sure