Republican presidential candidate John Kasich refuses to tell reporters what kind of sauce he put on his fish sandwich at a campaign stop in Pittsburgh. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Republican presidential candidate John Kasich refuses to tell reporters what kind of sauce he put onto his sandwich at the Original Oyster House in Pittsburgh, Tuesday (April 19). When asked by a reporter Kasich replied, "I'm not answering those personal questions," in a light-hearted exchange. Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton told a hip-hop station's radio show in New York on Monday that she carries hot sauce in her purse. The hosts then said she may be criticized for "pandering" to the African American vote. Co-host Charlamagne Tha God retorted, "You're getting in 'Formation' right now?" in apparent reference to the Beyonce song "Formation," which includes the line "I got hot sauce in my bag, swag." Others on social media were quick to point out that Clinton's fondness for hot sauce goes back many years. Trump currently has 744 delegates, while Cruz has 559 and Ohio Governor John Kasich is trailing far behind with 144, according to an Associated Press count. On the Democratic side, opinion polls favored former Secretary of State Clinton to carry New York against Sanders. If she can pull off a resounding victory, it would put her almost beyond Sanders' reach in delegates pledged to support her.