Shortly after Sen. Ted Cruz conceded the primary race to Donald Trump, RNC Chair Reince Priebus called for the GOP to “unite” behind the presumptive nominee, and you have to see Gov. John Kasich’s delusional response to actually believe it.
Priebus called Trump the “presumptive nominee” and said that the GOP needs to focus on beating Hillary Clinton in the general, which most every level-headed Republican likely agrees with.
— Reince Priebus (@Reince) May 4, 2016
According to The Hill, Trump pretty much echoed Priebus’s remarks during his speech following the crushing victory in Indiana.
Trump praised Priebus during his victory speech Tuesday night, saying he had just spoken to the RNC chairman.
“He’s doing a tremendous job, it’s not an easy job — when he had 17 egos, and now I guess he’s down to one,” Trump said, referring to the GOP field.
“We want to bring unity to the Republican Party.”
However, Kasich is anything but level-headed, as we’ve seen this entire primary season, where he’s somehow believed he’ll win at the convention even though he’s only won in a single state – the one he governs. But apparently he doesn’t have any intention whatsoever on accepting the reality that it’s nearly 100 percent impossible for him to win the nomination going forward, which is evident in his response to Priebus.
So what did he say?
Check it out:
Wow. Just wow. There’s really only one logical reply to such a delusional statement: