Donald Trump and John Kasich are both looking for votes in Wisconsin. They tried to earn more Monday morning by going on The Jerry Bader Show.
"I'm worried about my country and I'm not worried about politics," said John Kasich.
Kasich said he still has a chance in this race because no one will have enough delegates to win outright at the convention.
"I'm running for president because I can do the best job of being president, and I think we need to spend a little less time on inside baseball and a little bit more time thinking about the country," Kasich said.
Kasich is the only Republican candidate not proposing some kind of ban or surveillance on Muslims.
"We need to do it by pulling people together," Kasich explained. "Not name-calling, and not trying to ostracize people that have a different religion."
Donald Trump has been very vocal on Muslim immigrants, as well as immigrants coming from Mexico. He told Bader how he plans to pay for a wall along the Mexico border.
"If they don't agree to pay for it, which they might not, I would take it out on a form of tax that I would put on goods from Mexico," Trump said.
Things heating up as a candidates focus winning votes in the Badger State