Kasich, Biden to hold discussion on bipartisanship
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Former Vice President Joe BidenJoseph (Joe) Robinette BidenBiden to campaign for Stacey Abrams next week Dems with political experience could have edge in 2020 primary, says pollster Ford taps Obama, Clinton alum to navigate Senate hearing MORE and Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) are set to take part in a discussion on bipartisanship at the University of Delaware next week.

The event, titled "As We Stand Divided," is set for Tuesday, Oct. 17. It is hosted by the university's Biden Institute, and will focus on "how to bridge the many political and partisan divides that exist in Washington, D.C., today."


Both Biden and Kasich have been rumored as potential 2020 presidential candidates. The Ohio governor ran an unsuccessful bid for the Republican nomination in 2016.

Kasich has been one of the GOP's most outspoken critics of Trump. 

Biden, a longtime U.S. senator from Delaware, weighed in on the highly-polarized issue of gun laws after a massacre in Las Vegas Sunday claimed the lives of nearly 60 people and wounded hundreds of others.