This is the president's first public event since he left the White House in January
President Trump made big promises on the campaign for his first 100 days in office – and his 100th day mark is just around the corner
Ohio Gov. John Kasich served in Congress during a government shutdown in 1995. He was the last Republican standing against Donald Trump in the Republican primary race in 2016, where he delivered a speech during his campaign called "Two Paths" to differentiate himself from his opponents. That speech inspired the title of the governor's new book, "Two Paths: America Divided or United." Kasich joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the state of U.S. politics.
The president's 100th day in the White House is on Saturday
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Governor of Ohio also weighs in on looming government shutdown and repeal of Obamacare
Farmers fear crackdown on illegal immigrants could mean worker shortage in their fields, with resulting hike in food prices