Waiting for Kasich

DULLES, Va.—Landmark Aviation sits 30 miles away from the White House, a mini private airport for those who won’t deign to wait in line at Dulles. This is the place—a bleak airport on a foggy post-primary morning, with sleek jets idling beyond the lobby’s large windows—that the John Kasich campaign chose for his reintroduction: as the only guy standing between Donald Trump and the Republican nomination, and the one who’d wrest it from the billionaire in July. Politicians typically use places like this, austere as they are, to embark on new and bold ventures. What could be bolder than staying in a presidential race when voters really don’t want you?

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