Congressman Thomas Massie believes that Republican presidential nominee can still win in November despite fractured GOP

4th District U.S. Rep. Thomas Massie feels that the Republican Party is fractured, but he still believes that whoever becomes the GOP presidential nominee that person can defeat Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton in November.

Massie, who spoke at the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Thursday in Covington, questioned why Ohio Governor John Kasich is still in the race, saying mathematically he won’t have enough delegates to win.

He also felt that there was significance to the fact that Donald Trump and U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, two outsiders in respect to the GOP establishment, are the two front runners for the GOP.