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Presidential candidate and Ohio governor John Kasich is emerging as the GOP contender who tells the rest of the party what they don’t want to hear: All your plans are nuts.

“Now I can say that I could lower the personal rate down to 10 percent — the numbers won’t add up,” the disgruntled Republican candidate said during an appearance Thursday night on Fox News.

“Do you just want me to make campaign promises — put a chicken in every pot — or do you want me to come out with something that’s gonna be real, that’s gonna grow this economy, and that’s gonna help our kids?”

Spoiler warning for Kasich: Hannity and the rest all just want the easy campaign promises.

Video via Hannity/Fox News.

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