John Kasich: Hate to say 'I told you so' about Trump

This evening, CNN scheduled a town hall debate between Sen.

In a statement provided to PoltiicusUSA, Sanders said, "Now more than ever we need a special prosecutor to determine whether there was collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation".

Kasich, who, last year, took ample heat from the media and his own party for not endorsing Trump, has made it clear he's no fan of the president.

Kasich and Sanders got into a heated argument over whether they considered Trump a liar or not. "I think he's a smart guy, but something else is going on [especially given his] affection for [Russian President Vladimir] Putin".

"I don't like people who say, 'I told you so, ' but". Kasich said the mistakes could be because being president comes with a learning curve.

"The things that have swirled around this White House are the reasons that caused me not to move forward and support him both in the primary and going to that Republican convention", Kasich said.

Late Tuesday, NPR reported that an associate of Comey's who is familiar with the matter confirmed the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director memorialized the conversation with Trump in a memo he wrote immediately after their Oval Office conversation on February 14.

So would the two be willing to run on the same ticket one day?

"I think it would be bad for the country if the Democrats use this as a political opportunity, and ran a partisan effort", Sanders said.

On Tuesday, the The New York Times published a bombshell report that Trump may have told former FBI director James Comey to drop the bureau's investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn's contacts with Russian Federation.

Interestingly enough - and despite the strong rhetoric surrounding Trump right now - Sanders hasn't been the only high-ranking Democrat to caution against immediately calling for Trump's impeachment. The graduates are by all reports going to earn 10 percent more than those who don't have a degree, so when the graduates earn more they will pay more in taxes - unless they are Donald Trump.

"There's something unusual going on, I think, with Mr. Trump", Sanders said.

Vanessa Coleman