John Kasich Discusses the Importance of Bipartisanship During COVID-19 and Beyond

Friday, July 10, 2020 - Governor Kasich describes COVID-19 as a black swan event that will require us to look at the fragile nature of our most complex systems.

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John Kasich served as governor of Ohio from 2011 to 2019 after having served nine terms in the US House of Representatives.
John Kasich served as governor of Ohio from 2011 to 2019 after having served nine terms in the US House of Representatives.

John Kasich ran for the Republican nomination for president in both 2000 and 2016. Since he left office, he has joined CNN as a contributor. Today, he will discuss the bipartisan work he is doing throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and his frustration about the lack of national political leadership.

Governor Kasich describes the COVID-19 pandemic as a black swan event and he thinks it requires us to look at the fragile nature of our most complex systems like health, transportation and commerce. He also stresses the need for budgetary restructuring of the federal government, as he sees our debt, climate change and mental health being the three most critical challenges facing America in the years ahead.

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