(POLITICO) Even though it is still mathematically possible for Donald Trump to rack up the 1,237 delegates necessary to clinch the Republican nomination, John Kasich on Monday was firm in saying that it's not going to happen.
Appearing on CNN's New Day, the governor of Ohio slammed the notion that he is a "spoiler" to Republican efforts to stop Trump from obtaining the nomination. "I'm not going anywhere," Kasich told host Alisyn Camerota, who then noted that Trump can still theoretically lock up the nomination before Cleveland.
“Everything is, you know, mathematically," Kasich shot back. "How many times can we, you know, float around the moon or something, mathematically? Who cares about that? He’s not gonna have enough delegates. He’s gonna go there without enough delegates.”
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