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Ohio Gov. John Kasich went "On the Record," reiterating that he's the only Republican who can beat Hillary Clinton and actually be an effective president.

He told Greta Van Susteren that people who think a nominee should absolutely be decided before the Party's convention have the wrong idea.

"People think, well you go to a convention, everything should be settled," Kasich said. "No, it shouldn't. The convention's part of picking who's the nominee of the Party."

Greta said it's mathematically impossible for Kasich to get the 1,237 delegates needed in advance of the convention and asked the governor how he plans to tie up a nomination.

Kasich said that most of the time that Republicans have had a convention that has been deadlocked, the frontrunner is not the person who gets nominated.

"The delegates decide who they want. ... We're going to learn a lot about this. And we're gonna learn that the people who are delegates are people who are local government people, local party activists. They'll take this very, very seriously."

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