John Kasich campaigns in Grosse Pointe Woods

Posted at 4:27 PM, Mar 07, 2016

GOP presidential candidate John Kasich was in Grosse Pointe Woods explaining to voters what he would if he's elected President.

He hosted a town hall meeting and spoke to a packed gymnasium at University Liggett School in Grosse Pointe Woods.

With the Michigan primaries only a day away, Kasich stressed the importance of picking a candidate that doesn't pick on the other candidates.

"I'm not engaging in the negative and personal attacks and I don't intend to," Kasich said. "It defeats what I am"

Kasich explained to the crowd what his first 100 days would look like, if he was elected in office.

"Plan to fix social security, so people who need will get it."

When asked if he would support the front-runner Donald Trump IF Trump ends up being the Republican presidential nominee, Kaisch answered,  "I shouldn't have even answered the question, you know why? Because I am going to be the Republican nominee not Donald trump."