Reince Priebus Tells Hannity, Our Nominee Will Be One of the Three Who Is Running, MAYBE KASICH
Hannity: If there is an attempt to jump, leapfrog over the two top vote getters, the two top state winners, the two top delegate winners, don’t you think that those caucused and voted for those two top guys if they don’t get it, that they are going to walk away and never come back?
Reince Priebus: Well, look clearly there’s a rule in place now that candidates need a majority of eight states delegates, a majority in eight different states to even be nominated. I believe are candidate is going to be somebody running. And as far as Paul Ryan running let me say it for the 10th time. Number one, he’s not running. Number two, he says he’s not running. Three he doesn’t like this talk… Number four, he’s not going to have a floor campaign to be running…
Hannity: In your opinion as the state chairman that the nominee of your party are you confident tonight will be either Donald Trump or Ted Cruz? Are you confident?
Priebus: This is what I’ll say, I think the nominee will be someone who’s running…
Hannity: Well, there’s three people running. Mathematically John Kasich can’t catch up to them. You won’t say for the record that it won’t be Cruz or Trump?
Priebus: No, I’m going to say it’s going to be somebody that’s running.
Hannity: Does running mean it’s going to be Cruz, Trump or Kasich?
Priebus: I’m saying it’s going to be one of the three people running.
Hannity: How can Kasich get there without leapfrogging over people that have millions of more votes and more delegates?
Priebus: You’re going to have to ask John Kasich. But I’m not going to something that’s goint to be an affront right now to John Kasich.