Don Lemon to Kasich: Do Republicans Care About Russia Interference?
LEMON: “Okay. So, listen, I want to move on because there’s lots to talk about. The majority leader, Mitch McConnell, took to the Senate floor and said that the case was closed. And that’s a quote, case closed. The Mueller report is done. No mention of any of the damning information that involved the president and his campaign. Do Republicans care about Russia’s interference now?”
KASICH: “Hey, I got to tell you, Don, maybe you hit on a topic that’s really critical. With everything that’s going on around that, what are they doing in Washington and in Congress to try to stop this from being repeated in the 2020 election? Where is the urgency? And part of the Mueller report, from my understanding, is that it outlines exactly many of the ways in which the Russians got think about this. The Russians! When I was a kid, we used to hide under the desk thinking we were going to have a nuclear war because of what was happening in Cuba. I mean, the Russians, okay? They are interfering in our election, there is no doubt about that they tried to manipulate us and nobody is doing anything about it. I don’t understand that. It doesn’t make any sense to me. Furthermore, Congress also has a right to review what the Mueller report did, and frankly, I hope Mueller testifies.”