Ohio Gov. John Kasich spoke with Neil Cavuto today in a wide-ranging interview about Hillary Clinton, sanctuary cities and the Iran nuclear deal. 

Kasich said that America needs to rise and that he wants to end the division in the country. 

"I'm a believer that everybody's got to have a chance," he stated. "America divided doesn't work, an America united does."

Cavuto asked Kasich what he thinks about the concept of sanctuary cities. 

"I don't think that these officials should be thumbing their nose at the law," he replied. "Frankly, as we see, when people ignore the law, some bad things can happen."

Kasich added that he hopes some form of legislation is passed to prohibit them. 

Watch the "Your World" video clip above.


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