Republican presidential candidate and Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Tuesday at a campaign rally that he’s “about had it” with other GOPers in the 2016 race, The Columbus Dispatch reported.
Kasich was all fired up at his “debate send-off rally” in his hometown of Westerville, Ohio, a suburb of the state’s capitol, Columbus.
“Do you know how crazy this election is? Let me tell you something, I’ve about had it with these people,” Kasich said, according to the report. “I want you to know I’m fed up. I’m sick and tired of listening to this nonsense and I’m going to have to call it like it is in this race.”
Kasich is scheduled to square off with the other GOP nominee hopefuls Wednesday night at the CNBC debate at the University of Colorado.
“What’s happened to our party? What’s happened to the conservative movement?” Kasich said to the crowd, according to the publication. “I’m done being polite and listening to this nonsense.”