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John Kasich: I'd Make The Monday After The Super Bowl a Holiday

Presidential candidate and Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R), appearing on The Dan Patrick Show, said that the Monday following Super Bowl Sunday should be a holiday.

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"It should be, I mean there's no productivity whatsoever. [...] Maybe I can get that done in the first hundred days."

At least one website was prompted by this announcement to question their support for Donald Trump:

Personally, I agree with Kasich. Everyone is up late watching the Super Bowl, and it's one of few things that all Americans--regardless of political beliefs, gender, ethnicity, religion, etc.--regularly enjoy watching each year. Why not make it a holiday?

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