Republican presidential candidate John Kasich says the political establishment is looking at who can beat Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Republican presidential candidate Governor John Kasich said on Sunday (April 10) that the political establishment is looking at who can beat Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton in the general election and said he's the only one who can come out on top. "I'm the only one who consistently beats Hillary in the fall," Kasich said on CBS' "Face the Nation." "And there's great concern in the Republican Party that we're not just talking about the presidential race that frankly if we get blown out in the fall, which I think we would with both Cruz and Trump, we could lose the United States Senate, we would love seats from the statehouse to the courthouse." The Ohio governor said that while he's behind in delegates, his campaign will gain momentum ahead of the convention this July.