Ohio Governor and Republican presidential candidate John Kasich appeared on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' Thursday night, where he discussed his thoughts on President Donald Trump's warnings of fraud with mail-in ballots.
When asked if it was surprising or disappointing that Trump had called mail-in voting and the election "fixed," Kasich told Kimmel, "When these results are in, we will have as many, you know, maybe as much as 20% of the public saying that the election was not legitimate. If you have a situation like that and people don't legitimize the election, that is a very dangerous road we go down."
"First of all, he hurt his own supporters by saying that this is all fraud, because now they're not going to vote by mail," added Kasich. "The Democrats are voting by mail in avalanche numbers. But secondly, to create and sow discord and doubt about the legitimacy of a presidential election, it's dangerous, and it should never have happened."
Kasich also pointed out that Ohio has been using mail-in voting for 15 years with no issues. "They do it well and we've found no instances of fraud. That's just a big joke. And it's wrong."