Carly Fiorina took to her new role as Ted Cruz’s would-be running mate on Saturday, lashing out at his rivals and defending him from critics.
Fiorina, who ended her presidential run in February after losing badly in Iowa and New Hampshire, urged Ohio Gov. John Kasich to exit the presidential race.
“I suspended my presidential campaign because there was no path to victory. I actually wish John Kasich would get the memo, because you see if you lose 49 out of 50 states, you will not be the nominee,” Fiorina told a couple hundred people at the dinner meeting of the California Republican Party convention. “It isn’t going to happen. Here in the state of California, like in the state of Indiana, a vote for John Kasich is a vote for Donald Trump.”