“Kasich’s comments come after Trump dealt a blow to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal on Friday, announcing the deal was not in U.S. national security interests.” 

Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) warned on Sunday that the U.S. is walking away from international alliances and guidelines that were put in place after World War II as a means of preventing authoritarianism.

“One of the things I am concerned about is the drift that we are in right now in terms of America and the world,” Kasich told NBC’s Chuck Todd on “Meet the Press.”

“There is an issue here where we’re weakening the things that we put in place after World War II to keep the world safe and reflect our values. We can’t afford to walk away, Chuck. Because if we walk away, this thing collapses. And who wins? The authoritarians. The Russians and the Chinese. Not good for our country, and not good for freedom,” he said.

Click to continue reading. BY JULIA MANCHESTER – October 15, 2017.

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