"Kasich's problem is twofold. By remaining in the race, he divides the anti-Trump vote, which makes it more likely Trump gets to 1,237 delegates and locks up the nomination on the first ballot," said Eric Fehrnstrom, a Republican Party strategist. "Also, Kasich's argument that he can win is undermined by the fact that he lost everywhere but his home state of Ohio. It doesn't matter what the polls show if the facts on the ground tell a different story."
"Kasich is not a potential nominee, he's a fly in the ointment," said Eric Fehrnstrom, a GOP strategist who served as a top adviser to Mitt Romney's 2012 campaign.
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