Gov. John Kasich: Joe Biden for President | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)

Published on August 21, 2020

Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich joins Bill to discuss his endorsement of Joe Biden for president, despite being a lifelong Republican.

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  • Steph 3Sport 2 years ago

    meanwhile…. NJ is having to declare an election invalid due to mail in cheating…. Wake up guys. Even Hillary talked about stealing elections….

  • treedoor 2 years ago

    RINOs. Glad we kicked them out in 2016.

  • wtrbb 2 years ago

    How very encouraging, mahalo mah! Kane!! Ekolu!! EhhHahhh!! Loa🙏

  • Brian Iliff 2 years ago

    KASICH = 💩💩💩💩

  • Fabion Hewitt 2 years ago

    This is not looking good from the rest of the world

  • My Pillow Guy 2 years ago

    Reminder: Trump is almost finished his term and there’s no wall, no repeal and replace, no middle class tax cut, no infrastructure bill, Roe vs Wade is still the law, the swamp is crawling with his indicted and convicted associates and Hillary is still free.

    Trump is a failed, soon to be one-term president.

  • Candi Kane 2 years ago

    Notice the FORMER

  • Edwin Cifuentes 2 years ago

    Voting for the greater evil,
    *Trump 2020*

  • James NYC 2 years ago

    “People say” that a Revolution is coming. In fact, it has been here for years. And the biggest misconception is that the Left is weak and a bunch of pushovers.
    In truth, the Left makes more money per capita than the Right; and is better educated and informed. The left to has gun owners that can afford more bullets and weapons than the Right.
    We also outnumber the right 6:1 (if we all voted)
    When push comes to shove the “LEFT” could very easily economically suppress those counties and states that side with the GOP “IF ONLY WE COULD GET OUR SHIT TOGETHER”.
    The way to wage a battle is through economic suppression NOT bullets. It costs less and ends faster.

  • John Bronx 2 years ago

    Easy win for the orange cartoon. Unbelievable horrible candidates. Yuk.

  • Tangle2Brook 2 years ago

    I agree with Kasich on many issues, but he is so boring, and that is why he got nowhere when he ran for President. Sad, even I am influenced by superficial stuff.

  • Steven Bebout 2 years ago

    Republicans embraced the devil. Do you think I’m going to forgive the big mouths that try to talk down to me

  • stormwatcher59 2 years ago

    11:01 pm – If you’re just getting here….trolls and bots beat your time! (Don’t believe me? Keep reading as you scroll down….)

  • H G 2 years ago

    Kasich makes me want to puke. 🤮🤮

  • Gaadiid Kompanie 2 years ago

    No Bernie? Thanks, but I’ll keep Trump. Reason: Kamala. Why not Susan Rice?

  • New Message 2 years ago

    Nobody is willing to talk about what happens when Donnie refuses to leave office because they don’t want to give the ’10 teeth brigade’ any ideas.

  • Steven Bebout 2 years ago

    You can’t meet the devil halfway. We’re talkin about the son of a b**** has think they’re taken over and won’t leave

  • Babak Kamali 2 years ago

    Re peaceful transition if Trump loses; hope some people have a plan for it behind curtain and I can understand why they are not publicising it.
    It will be ugly which means army will have to be invited to intervene but that is my speculation. Otherwise it is going to be like 1887 which was disgusting and cost 70 years of more injustice.

  • SPPSports 2 years ago

    Kasich just wants a paycheck. “Senior Contributor, CNN.” Give me a break.

  • B L 2 years ago

    Although Kasich is a lot more conservative than I would like and I’m not affiliated with a party(though lean Democratic, for sure), I was hoping he would’ve been a more solid choice in 2016. But in the end, I was one of loads of people that felt I had to choose what I thought was the lesser of two evils in order to at least avoid Trump. And that didn’t work anyway. Now I see I had some good instincts about Kasich. Just set aside parties and do what’s right. We need more grown ups willing to compromise and “reach across the aisle” , especially with Republicans in politics.


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