Kasich: Primary voters having second thoughts about Trump

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"I don't want to get in an airplane with someone who says, 'Well I've really never done this before, but I think I can do it because I'm really great, '" said Kasich during the rally.

CT is one of five states holding presidential primaries Tuesday.

Kasich is polling in second place at 28 percent in the Connecticut Republican primary, according to the latest Quinnipiac University poll. Ted Cruz. The poll's margin of sampling error is plus or minus 3.4 percentage points.

John Kasich, a Republican presidential candidate, slammed members of his own party Wednesday, referring to them as a collection of closed-minded reactionaries who could face an electoral catastrophe in November. He credited Kasich with protecting the state's social safety net while addressing a massive budget deficit. Kasich said he "took over a state that was flat on its back, in a ditch", and turned it around. "This is not just a person who talks about what he's going to do, he has done it, and he has done it in a manner that the state of CT - in its current fiscal crisis - can completely relate to".

Ohio Governor John Kasich was in CT again Friday, trying to reassure his supporters that he still has a chance to win the presidential nomination at the Republican convention in Cleveland. Kasich specializes in this relatively small town hall format with virtually all white audiences.

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