Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich speaks with NPR's Leila Fadel about the GOP's unwillingness to stand up to President Trump, who still refuses to accept the results of the presidential election.
Already 129 people have filed to run for president in 2020. Among them: Donald Trump. Prominent people are considering it, but these elections receive outsize attention compared to office's power.
Eleven states with GOP governors expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. Now those governors want to make sure the expansion isn't unwound if the ACA is repealed.
Since Trump secured the GOP nomination, he has done little to quell concerns of many Republicans. Maryland's and Ohio's GOP governors are now among those refusing to endorse him.
The Ohio governor is suspending his presidential campaign, leaving Donald Trump as the last man standing. Kasich won one state — his home state — and trails far behind in the delegate count.
"From the beginning I've said that I would continue on as long as there was a viable path to victory," Cruz told supporters. "Tonight I'm sorry to say it appears that path has been foreclosed."
If Donald Trump wins most of Indiana's delegates, his path to the nomination will be clear. Even if Bernie Sanders wins the state, he will likely wake up with less of a chance of being the nominee.
It wasn't the only unfortunate incident that befell Ted Cruz's campaign over the weekend as he's struggling to catch Donald Trump ahead of Tuesday's crucial vote.