Gov. Kasich Went On 'Late Night with Seth Meyers,' and Didn't Rule Out 2020 Presidential Bid

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[image-1]Last night, Ohio Gov. John Kasich arrived on Late Night with Seth Meyers to announce that he's sick of politics. And while Kasich is stepping aside from the governorship in Ohio (thanks to term limits), on Monday night's broadcast the 65-year-old certainly wasn't speaking like a politician ready to retire.

"I'm sick of politics, aren't you?" Kasich said. "What I try to do is, let's look at a problem and go and fix it, and that's all you can do."



Coasting into his final full year as governor, there's much speculation of another presidential bid come 2020 for Kasich, something which Meyers attempted to discuss.

Below are several clips of Meyers' interview with Kasich, in which he talks about how Dreamers shouldn't be used as pawns, how millennials are his favorite and that he wrote in John McCain's name for president in 2018:



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