Kasich Admits He Went Behind a Building and Cried After He Lost the 2016 Nomination to Trump

Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich said he went behind a building and cried after losing the 2016 GOP presidential primary to former President Donald Trump.

Kasich made the embarrassing admission on Thursday’s episode of the “​​Kasich & Klepper” podcast.

The former governor said that he had stayed in the race until the bitter end because he believed people “were gonna come to their senses.”

“Well, you know, I was [in the presidential race] til the bitter end. When it was over — I haven’t ever told anyone this — I was on a plane and we were going to do a fundraiser, and I could have done it, and I thought, ‘You know, that’s not right, I know this isn’t gonna go on because Trump’s gonna have enough votes in the convention,’” Kasich explained. “ I was really hoping that we were gonna block him and that people were gonna come to their senses.”

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When he finally admitted to himself that he lost, he cried.

“But when it was over, we got off the plane, I went inside the FBO [fixed-base operator], and I went behind this building, and I cried. I had one cry,” Kasich said, explaining that his family comforted him.

“Then I went to my daughter’s school — and that was really hard — and they had gotten wind of [the end of my campaign] and then they came out and gave me a big hug. But then it was over, and it was a wonderful experience.”

Kasich said that he does not miss his time in politics.

“I quit congress, I just walked away, and I thought OK time to do something else. I left the governor’s job. People say ‘Do you miss being governor?’ – it’s a powerful position in the 7th largest state,” Kasich said. “And I say no because I knew what was gonna come, and the job doesn’t define me.”

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