No, we don’t.
Via The Hill:
Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) is saying that more members of the Republican Party need to be willing to stand up to President Trump.
“It’s been pretty lonely out here,” Kasich told The Guardian in an interview published on Friday, alluding to how he is one of the few members of the GOP to consistently criticize the president.
“Not that I mind walking a lonely road, I’ve done it most of my career, but always would be good if you had more people who are willing to stand up and say that’s the wrong direction,” Kasich added.
Kasich, who ran for the Republican nomination for president in 2016, goes on to voice how he became a vocal opponent of Trump’s because of “political principle.”
“I’m not a Johnny-come-lately to this,” Kasich said, adding that “most of the people have been upset with [Trump], and then endorse him and then they get upset with him. I just have not operated that way.”
“I did not feel public pressure to have to go and support somebody that I was not convinced was going to pull the country together,” he said.