Kasich Apologizes for Comment About Women Coming “Out of Their Kitchens”


Ohio Gov. John Kasich offered an apology on Monday for his earlier comments that women were coming “out of their kitchens” to support his campaign.

“Sure, I’m sorry. Anybody who’s offended — of course. I’m more than happy to say I’m sorry if I offended somebody out there, but it wasn’t intended to be offensive,” Kasich said on CNN’s The Situation Room.

The Republican presidential candidate explained he was trying to say that he was appreciative to those who campaigned for him earlier in his career.

“Sometimes when you operate on the high wire without a net sometimes you know you’ll fall off and not say things exactly the way you want to,” he added. Read more at CNN.

{Andy Heller-Matzav.com}


  1. Hey, I almost came out of my yeshiva to see that he was more than a popular added hope to an American Society. But the kitchen was filled with challah and the director of the yeshiva was more than affluent. So I might just try to vote for Hillary for president. I think she is coming out of her bad day with Bill just to see if the buck stops with her new safe pants suit which is clearly not lady-like enough.

    Still, This is a funny story.

    Keep cooking ladies!