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Nobody but John Kasich is delighted about this suggestion. Even the floated VP choice claims thanks however no many thanks. Michael Shure, Steve Oh, and also Jimmy Dore, hosts of The Young Turks, review. Tell us just what you assume in the comment area below.

" Two governors are weighing a bipartisan governmental bid in 2020 to test President Trump, according to a brand-new record.

Axios reported on Friday that Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) as well as Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (D) are mulling a governmental bid in 2020, with Kasich likely at the top of the ticket. Inning accordance with a resource near to the arrangements, the conversations emerged after the two governors was familiar with each other busy after the 2016 political elections.

It additionally pointed out as evidence of a possible bipartisan ticket Kasich's invitation to Hickenlooper to see New Hampshire, the state where Kasich was available in second place during the very early days of the 2016 GOP primary.

Kasich has actually been one of the GOP's most outspoken movie critics of Trump, while Hickenlooper has actually been seen as a possible 2020 Autonomous prospect." *.

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  1. Posted by Dark Man, at Reply

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    • Posted by noturavglibrarian, at Reply

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  2. Posted by William Davenport, at Reply

    Bernie Sanders and Rand Paul
    🇺🇸UNITY TICKET🇺🇸
    Socialist and PaleoLibertarian

    • Posted by KNO, at Reply

      William Davenport This will actually be awesome. I always said true Libertarians should take over the Republican party and True Democratic socialist should take over the Democratic party. Will be the Healthiest non-corrupt rivalry for our country.

    • Posted by John LeCoque, at Reply

      YES! I think this is an excellent idea and would get a lot of support. I just posted a comment saying basically the same thing (except with Ron Paul) before I scrolled down to see yours! I’d love it if somehow this would actually happen. Sanders has excellent ideas and either of the Pauls would be a very effective backstop against some of the statist tendencies of socialism. I think this would go a long way at unifying the country, making great progress, and earning back the trust of the American people.

      Not only that, but I think that Libertarian Socialism in general is an ideology that the vast majority of Americans could actually get behind.

    • Posted by William Davenport, at Reply

      John LeCoque

      They may disagree on so many levels tho🤣I don’t exactly agree with everything Bernie says I mean I don’t think extending these 20th century status quo programs is really help and making stuff “free”(paid by progressive taxes) or a bunch of regulations is very helpful without massive reform but I would vote for him over any establishment politician. I personally think we need a national convention to draft a new constitution and election/government system.

    • Posted by John LeCoque, at Reply

      Agreed on all points. We are long overdue for a new constitution and some major structural updates to our system of government.

    • Posted by William Davenport, at Reply

      John LeCoque

      Throughout the country, there are numerous religious, individuals, political, commercial, and social organizations with varying characteristics, objectives, viewpoints, and philosophies. It’s impossible for one ideology or viewpoint to be the only answer to all our problems that why we have to work together. Just like our founding father replaced the Articles of Confederation, we need to replace our constitution to fit our diverse modern day society not 1787.

  3. Posted by Trisky, at Reply

    Bernie 2020. It’s the only way we will win against Trump.

    • Posted by Mexican Muslim Turk, at Reply

      Trisky

      He’ll be dead in his mansion.

    • Posted by HighVampire King, at Reply

      A more youthful, and firey progressive candidate is the only viable option. Bernie served his purpose.

    • Posted by Napalm Warrior, at Reply

      Bernie will be painted as a communist by the right wing propaganda machine and lose against anyone and everyone. A more moderate Democrat can walk into office past Trump.

    • Posted by Mech Tasker, at Reply

      +HighVampire King Don’t understand what you’re saying, Bernie still has a lot of energy.

    • Posted by noturavglibrarian, at Reply

      Forever Berns need to let it go. Independents like Bernie don’t agree with Democratic Party not having a solid agenda and only being in opposition. And he won’t win as an independent. America isn’t ready to stop the two party system yet.

  4. Posted by John LeCoque, at Reply

    How about a “unity ticket” with Bernie Sanders & Ron Paul? They’d probably pick up 80% of the vote… and might actually have the potential to do a lot of great things.

    • Posted by 712dal, at Reply

      There would be a lot of bickering and some differences are too fundamental…but I think a less interventionist foreign policy, auditing the Fed, and ending the war on drugs might be some places of common ground….

    • Posted by Jake A, at Reply

      John LeCoque I would rather have Kasik and Bernie. Kasik knows how to balance a budget.

    • Posted by John LeCoque, at Reply

      I saw a lot of the same people at Bernie Sanders rallies in 2016 that I saw at Ron Paul ralles in 2012. Libertarian Socialism seems to be a very popular ideology among the public – at least as far as I can tell based on my non-scientific observations.

      They might disagree on a number of fundamental ideological points, but I think that both of those guys care enough about the American people that they would put forth a serious effort to work through their differences and accomplish some of the reforms we so desperately need. Keep in mind that we’re only talking about the presidency / vice-presidency here… so it’s not like they would be writing legislation together. I could very much see Bernie Sanders acting as the idea guy, with Ron Paul’s libertarian perspective serving as a critical backstop against some of the authoritarian statist tendencies of socialism. Even if they couldn’t work through their differences on things like healthcare, there are still enough points that they agree on (like 712dal said) – foreign policy, Federal Reserve transparency, ending the war on drugs – that such an administration could generate some very positive results for the vast majority of Americans.

  5. Posted by jb jb, at Reply

    Loser Cenk continues to avoid the fact that he was incorrect about Trump being unable to pardon Arpario.

    • Posted by Booger Bear, at Reply

      He should have had to do the ?? Was it 16-32 weeks, I think he should do the time.

    • Posted by Napalm Warrior, at Reply

      Welcome to living in a de-facto South American dictatorship, where people who support the Presidente don’t go to jail.

    • Posted by Shining Star, at Reply

      jb jb Chump wasn’t suppose to skip the Dept. of Justice. Welcome to the newest Banana Republic of the Americas.

  6. Posted by RadioLaPrincess, at Reply

    Mark my words, Kasich will run in 2020. I hope so because if we have to have Republicans, I’d prefer a sane guy like him.

    • Posted by revolution88, at Reply

      Lauel and Hardy at it finest……Dumb and Dumber 5.0….lmaoooooooooooooooooooooooo..TRUMP2020

    • Posted by Marky Marc, at Reply

      RadioLaPrincess Kasich is a far right nut job.

    • Posted by Joe Blo, at Reply

      Don I

  7. Posted by jo smith, at Reply

    get rid of this fake news rat Dore, I’m not paying for trash like him.

    • Posted by John W, at Reply

      Your not paying for anything.

    • Posted by jo smith, at Reply

      get rid of this fake news rat Dore, I’m not paying for trash like him.

    • Posted by Napalm Warrior, at Reply

      I agree fat cat, I will NOT be paying to see Jimmy Dore!

      LOL.

    • Posted by Mega MAGA DON, at Reply

      Was Dore to honest for you?

    • Posted by chickendinner2012, at Reply

      Dore is the best, only one I pay for. Shure is the fake news one who needs to go.

  8. Posted by C Robinson, at Reply

    Actually the founding fathers didn’t want political parties they wanted the members of Congress to represent their State individually.

    • Posted by Harry Christofi, at Reply

      +C Robinson Political parties are inevitable so they were wrong lol

    • Posted by C Robinson, at Reply

      Well a consolidation of power is inevitable.

    • Posted by Harry Christofi, at Reply

      +C Robinson A State is inevitable lol

  9. Posted by DumbPunk, at Reply

    Dude couldn’t beat Trump in 2016 what makes him think he’ll have a chance in 2020

    • Posted by R., at Reply

      Nobody could’ve beaten the tidal wave of free media coverage that Trump received.

  10. Posted by Handsomanimal, at Reply

    Im not a Democrat or a republican, but Kasich is the only decent human being left in republican politics, maybe the last republican who would put country before party

    • Posted by Napalm Warrior, at Reply

      Carlos: McCain was very respectable and bi-partisan before he ran the second time. To clinch the nomination he sold out to the extreme right. You still see glimpses of the old McCain now and then, but he’s sold his soul.

    • Posted by Napalm Warrior, at Reply

      Dee: Huntsman could have cake-walked into the Presidency. He was too moderate for the Republicans. They will never nominate him.

    • Posted by mostliberal, at Reply

      MowgliNHazel FRINGE ISSUE!

    • Posted by Only 2 Genders, at Reply

      just because you dont hear about him. he’s actually a hardcore neo-con

    • Posted by BLAIR M Schirmer, at Reply

      Kasich is a piece of garbage. Try learning something about him beyond what a TIME magazine article tells you.

  11. Posted by Michael B, at Reply

    John Kasich only won his home state of Ohio in the republican presidential primaries.

    • Posted by R., at Reply

      We were the only state who knew his record.
      Seems to still be the case.

    • Posted by Michael B, at Reply

      He was the only republican that wasn’t on the cusp of being crazy.

  12. Posted by Dan Sanger, at Reply

    Jimmy Dore is wrong, as usual. People hate mindless partisanship. For example, for years the Republican healthcare plan was basically what we know now as Obamacare. So, Obama decided to call their bluff and embrace their proposal. Almost immediately, Republicans repudiated their own plan just to spite Obama. That’s the kind of mindless partisanship that people hate. Cap and trade is another example of a Republican idea that became anathema to Republicans as soon as Democrats embraced it. Another example on the Democratic side is the Keystone oil pipeline. Democrats framed rejection of the pipeline as rejection of dirty Alberta tar sands. In reality, all rejecting the pipeline does is force the oil onto trains, which are a much more dangerous way of transporting crude oil. Again, that’s mindless partisanship.

    People like Dore think the right way to govern is to ram through controversial legislation on a strict party line vote. That’s a horrible and divisive way to govern. The right way to govern is by compromise. That’s exactly how our institutions are set up to operate.

    • Posted by Napalm Warrior, at Reply

      Generally right Dan, but Keystone is opposed because it does absolutely NOTHING for the USA. It helps the Canadians and some international oil companies. That’s it.

    • Posted by mostliberal, at Reply

      youre assuming that the opposing side is willing to compromise halfway; THEY ARENT! REPUBLICANS ARE CLASSIC PSYCHOPATHS THAT WOULD RATHER RISK LOSING RATHER THAN SHARE WITH THE OTHER SIDE!

    • Posted by Tomasz Miecznikowski, at Reply

      @Dan Sanger It’s the most stupid bluff I ever heard of. Not only obama was tricked into implementing healthcare plan of his enemies, but also when it undoubtedly fails, he will be blamed for it. Republicans got all they wanted from obama, shifted political discourse far to the right and got to blame democrats for everything that goes bad. That’s a triple win for republicans. If this proves anything, it’s that partisanship works.

    • Posted by Shining Star, at Reply

      Dan Sanger We’ve compromised ourselves all the way to the Far Right, Murica can’t take much more. Fine, have your Centrist but we’re headed past the point of no return, permanent oligarchy. Very soon it’ll be every man for himself, like in a 3rd world country.

  13. Posted by Chris V, at Reply

    As always Jimmy Dore the voice of reason

    • Posted by Kelvin Waters, at Reply

      Chris V except when it came to Seth Rich.

    • Posted by 1994CPK, at Reply

      Chris V
      Cool hammer and sickle, are you an antifag?

  14. Posted by HaeravonFAQs, at Reply

    If I wanted a robotic right-winger with a token VP, I would have voted for Hillary.

    • Posted by MRWDL800, at Reply

      *Z-snap* mmm hmmmm

    • Posted by The humanist Atheist, at Reply

      that is Hillary

    • Posted by Geoff Gershon, at Reply

      HaeravonFAQs President Trump continues to thank you for your support – without baseless rhetoric such as yours dominating news cycle after news cycle last year, he would just be running his shitty little fake news network out of Mara Lago right about now.

  15. Posted by Justin Sánchez, at Reply

    like kyle kulinski says, the only reason these people work together is to screw us over.

    • Posted by The humanist Atheist, at Reply

      it’s a big club and you ain’t in it

    • Posted by Geoff Gershon, at Reply

      Justin Sánchez I’m losing sight of which so-called “Progressive” resembles D’Nesh Disouza more: Jimmy Diore or Kyle Kulinski…..I have little doubt that Steve Bannon has been paying them under the table.

    • Posted by Mech Tasker, at Reply

      +The humanist Atheist so are the Freemasons, you’re not proving any point.

  16. Posted by Jose Giovanni, at Reply

    We need leftism you fucks not the lukewarm to extreme right wing style government that got us to Trump in the first place

    • Posted by crosseyedbandit, at Reply

      Jose Giovanni You think John Katich is extreme right wing? Lmao

    • Posted by cuck police, at Reply

      that´s the reason why Trump
       won, you idiot

  17. Posted by Richard Hunter, at Reply

    I want the Republican party to be disbanded.

    • Posted by Meg C, at Reply

      They both need it. Time for a reset.

    • Posted by Richard Hunter, at Reply

      No.

    • Posted by Tyler Case, at Reply

      Richard Hunter the Dem party is a Bernie Sanders defection away from folding within a few years. The Republicans are in control at every level of government. Unfortunately they’re not going anywhere

    • Posted by VanHulstein, at Reply

      I want all non whites deported to Mexico.

    • Posted by BLAIR M Schirmer, at Reply

      *I wanted all non-Native Americans deported from the U.S.*

      *_America for Americans!!_*

  18. Posted by # 45 is Our American Hero, at Reply

    ………..☆☆☆☆☆ TRUMP╭∩╮( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)╭∩╮RULES ☆☆☆☆☆………..
    America’s President… “TRUMPS” liberals daily & they can’t do anything about it! lol
    The next (((8))) years are going to be Great! Tweet-Tweet . . . Bitches!
    Complaining is part of the LIBERAL demoralizing mental disorder!

    • Posted by thechosley, at Reply

      Much of his support has eroded, the hardcore Alt-Right is not supporting him anymore, he has a strong fan base, but I believe he will not win. I could be wrong.

    • Posted by BRANDONI Tuttle, at Reply

      thechosley – The Alt-Right and Alt-left are the never trumpers, real TRUMP supporters still support him, just wait until the midterms we will win more seats and keep WINNING!!!

    • Posted by thechosley, at Reply

      They may not have been real Trumpers but their votes helped him win.

    • Posted by BRANDONI Tuttle, at Reply

      thechosley – TRUMP could have lost by 20 million votes but he would have still won the electoral college!!!

    • Posted by thechosley, at Reply

      No, that’s not possible. Or as you would say, that’s fake news.

  19. Posted by Irreverent Crawfish, at Reply

    Jimmy Dore is useless. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a single segment with him where he wasn’t furious. I get that times right now are incredibly frustrating, but there have been small wins through the years he’s been with TYT, and I haven’t seen him in even a neutral mood. He’s like a progressive Alex Jones, and I find him intolerable.

    • Posted by Teethgrinder 83, at Reply

      Irreverent Crawfish yeah I’ll admit he frustrates me sometimes too

    • Posted by Maxwell Montgomery, at Reply

      Irreverent Crawfish Therr is nothing neutral about Jimmy Dore. Cognitive bias has conquered his mind and the minds of his regressive sheep.

      He IS the Alex Jones of the left. It’s just one big spitting contest…

    • Posted by N byrd, at Reply

      I casually enjoy the YT but don’t rely on them for understanding the news. However, whenever I see Jimmy Dore in the video, I tend to just get irritated at his whiny rage and gross generalizations. He’s apparently a comedian but I have never heard him make a particularly funny or clever joke. He seems to get off on shaming other people, and clearly has some misanthropic tendencies. I think the TYT would be better without him, Bring someone else on that is either intelligent, funny, or both.

  20. Posted by Melissa H, at Reply

    Just started listening, but why shouldn’t a Dem and a Republican be on the same ticket. They are paid by the same corp donors and are pretty much the same.

    • Posted by D Raphael, at Reply

      Many people argue that Neo-Cons and Neo liberals are basically corporatists that come from slightly different political perspectives but are still centrist corporatists. Combining the two establishment parties which may be considered centrist corporatists would result in an even stronger oligarchy but in the name of ‘unity’. The two parties would just form one party which is a common criticism. Does official one party rule sound ‘American’?