In an interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos, Ohio Gov. John Kasich discusses his chances in the 2016 presidential election and the chances of a contested convention this summer. "Donald Trump is going to fall short -- this is the way it is going," he explained. "If he doesn't have the right numbers than we are in a multi-ballot convention, and what's the big deal about that?"
"Other than it is exciting, and this year, is there anything else to be expected? I'll tell you what will be great about it..." he said. "Think about how much education our kids are going to get about the way we pick a preisdent, it will be fantastic in this country... Instead of spending their time looking at these Hollywood stars... I think it will be very cool."
"You don't think you'll be watching the Republican party split apart?" asks Stephanophoulos.
"I think at the end of the day, the Republican party is a reflection of the nominee," he replied.