Kasich calls for unity on Michigan campaign stop


MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (AP) – Republican presidential candidate John Kasich says Americans have drifted apart and are divided by the cable television news programs that they watch.

The Ohio governor is concluding a two-day campaign swing through Michigan Tuesday where he’s telling voters that the country must unite again. He says that all citizens should play a role in fixing education, and addressing drug and poverty problems in their communities.

Kasich, who is campaigning in the state ahead of Michigan’s March 8 primary, says Washington has had inadequate leadership and he would “take the heat” for making unpopular decisions.

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