Republican presidential candidate John Kasich suggested during an interview Sunday that rival Ted CruzTed CruzHouse approves stopgap funding, averting costly shutdown Overnight Tech: TV box plan faces crucial vote | Trump transition team to meet tech groups | Growing scrutiny of Yahoo security Could Snapchat be the digital bridge to younger voters? MORE should drop out of the race for the GOP nomination.
“Maybe these people that are hot on that ought to tell him to do it. You know, they tried to tell me to get out of the race how many times, Chuck?” he asked host Chuck Todd.
Kasich's comments came after he was asked if he would consider dropping out to prevent splitting the Republican vote and inadvertently handing more delegates to Donald TrumpDonald TrumpClinton camp hits on Trump for comments he says he never made Poll: Trump up 4 in SC Gingrich: 'You're not supposed to gain 60 pounds' when you're Miss Universe MORE.
Cruz said Friday that “there’s no good reason” for Kasich to stay in the race.
“When you go 1-for-27, that’s a problem,” the Texas senator said of Kasich during a Friday interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity. “At this point, it is clear the voters have decided it’s a two-man race.”