John Kasich: Suburban GOP Women 'Turned Off' by Trump's Chaos

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National Republican groups have spent $3.5 million, far more than Democrats, on TV ads that attempt to link O'Connor with Nancy Pelosi, though the moderate Democrat has said he won't back her for party leader.

Kasich told ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos on "This Week" Sunday that the special congressional election Tuesday in a district that Trump won by double digits is surprisingly close. The 12th district has a higher percentage of people 25 and older with college degrees than any other district in the state, and Trump's popularity there has waned. "So suburban women in particular here are the ones that are really turned off".

President Donald Trump tweeted his "full and total endorsement" for Rep. Steve Stivers on Thursday, encouraging people to vote for him on August 7.

Stephanopoulos also asked about Trump's tweet this weekend taking a swipe at National Basketball Association star and OH native LeBron James, saying it is hard to make "LeBron look smart". James spoke to Lemon from the public school he opened for at-risk kids in Akron, called the I Promise school.

Prominent Republican leaders like Senate Republican President Pro Tem Leonard A. Fasano and House Minority Leader Themis Klarides are trying to turn the focus of CT citizens away from President Donald Trump.

President Donald Trump is predicting a "tremendous victory" for OH state Sen. "The party has shrunk because we don't have this positive growth-oriented opportunity message".

"I think Donald Trump decides where he wants to go", Kasich said of the president's appearance, where after introducing Balderson and praising him, he then focused of his own agenda and his litany of complaints about the media.

Murphy said he is wary of a strategy in which Republicans seek to tie themselves to the president, but noted Republican politics are now "all Trump all the time".

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