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9 Feb 2016 05:51 AM EST

In New Hampshire on Monday, presidential candidate John Kasich encouraged an undecided voter to support him because he is a little like everyone’s favorite food: oatmeal served at room temperature. Comparing himself to Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, the Ohio governor explained: “I’m the right porridge. One of them is too hot, the other one is too cold, but I got the right temperature.” Later, when asked if referring to himself as a starch-based gruel had been persuasive, the woman said to local media, “You know, I’ll let you know tomorrow night.”

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