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governor kasich: this is publicity. tell me about your restaurant. when did you start? >> my father, about 25 years ago. governor kasich: where are you from? >> originally from russia. governor kasich on we have to get th: we have to get the ukraine. where are you from in ukraine? in 1973. governor kasich: thank you. --83 governor kasich: i am going to have another pickle.
what is your specialty? >> we are very good on the chicken soup. chocolate. governor kasich: where do you live? well, we appreciate you having us in here. eat anymore. i have eaten so much, i cannot eat anymore. and i'm going to have dinner with my daughter. i am going to give this pastrami to kevin miller. here. come is this better than cleveland? governor kasich: do not try to
wonderful. yeah, for all of you who are people from new york. i could not have had a better time. in any campaign, being able to campaign in new york, i mentioned earlier today, going to water down. t watertown. the only candidate who had been there before was teddy roosevelt. incredible. we love to visit teddy's home. it is beautiful. how about that theater that we played in? the paramount? zappa.me, frank
i don't think zappa was ever there. dweezil zappa was there. [laughter] what do you think? yeah, i'm going to have a little strudel. they have never seen me eating any dessert. three? cut it in three pieces, without any of whipped cream or fattening stuff. i'm going to have another piece. >> you have earned it. governor kasich: three pieces. perfect. perfect. ok.
plates are right there. i know i am going to make mistakes. there we go. strudelll not eat my with a knife. i will use my finger. here we go. strudel for you. we're going to eat it like this. here. wow. good.very is that apple and there? >> it is apple strudel. governor kasich: lovely. i recommend this restaurant to everybody here. thank you.
[laughter] ben, aren't you tired of this? what you want to do when i leave, ben? where is your home? ben: brooklyn. governor kasich: oh, you are going to go home? ben: yeah. governor kasich: we are back on monday. are you coming up? what are you doing tonight? >> going to hang out in prospect park. governor kasich: where is prospect park? >> prospect park is a part in brooklyn. governor kasich: what are you going to do? >> right now? bronx.o the governor kasich: really? you have to go there?
>> what are you going to do? : haveor kasich o hav dinner, wait on my wife and daughters to come home. i think i'm going to play golf. >> where? governor kasich: columbus. what do you think? i really want another pickle. but i don't want to read about it. [laughter] thank you all. ok. what we are really interested in here are gathering delegates. york, beat donald in new but i think we will have momentum coming out of new york. and we will win delegates.
that is what we want. >> what would you consider -- you just said it would be difficult to beat donald? what do you think will happen? don'tor kasich: i know. i am not a political guy, like that. only tell me if we did well. apparently don'did well in india nonididiana. did well in indiana. hasrnor sandoval endorsed me. he is a very good approval rating, about 70%. and the governor pataki. and christine todd whitman.
sandoval, he is a wonderful guy, and i am thrilled to have him. i do not know what bernie sanders is going to do. i do not really follow him that closely. i need to get them on my playlist. >> do you think it is rigged? governor kasich: no, i do not think it is rigged. let me ask you, that tv show, was that rigged? >> if you get to the convention in cleveland -- governor kasich: there is no if in there. it will be when. at the end of the day, i think the republican party wants to polls --eone that pio you want to answer it?
>> the problem with polling, if possible? governor kasich: i have done more than any other governor to make sure women on college campuses are safe. they have confidentiality. there are people who commit acts against them, and they can be prosecuted. there is a time in this country for people to kind of work together on these issues. we have enough politics in washington. we fact of the matter is, have to learn from what we have done in our state. we are proud of what we have done. and we want to make sure that the perpetrators are prosecuted. that women have a safe place to go. so she just ought to check out the legislation, she could probably learn -- >> we have time for one more. >> with governor sandoval and
governor pataki, are you concerned -- kasich: no, i am not concerned. we hope we have a good group in washington. you know, i am not really that worked up. i have been endorsed for a variety of things. and frankly, some of these endorsements really have no impact, no effect. sandoval, he is not the whole package. christine todd whitman, unbelievable lady. york,time governor of new we are getting the ones -- these are all fairly recent -- having d'amato here. i think most people thought there would be a convention. it is nothing more than, you
know, a timing issue. and we are doing better and better every day. >> we have to go. thank you all. >> are you worried about -- >> governor would you consider -- would you consider -- governor kasich: thank you. >> thank you. pay, we have to pay. i will see you again. we will come back. thank you. thank you. thank you.
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