Donald Trump badly wanted to name John Kasich his vice presidential running mate, reportedly offering to make the Ohio governor the most powerful vice president in history.

According to a New York Times Magazine report on Wednesday, a senior adviser to Kasich spoke with Donald Trump Jr., the Republican nominee’s eldest son, a few weeks after the Ohio governor suspended his presidential campaign and left Trump the last candidate standing in the GOP race.

The adviser said Donald Jr. offered Kasich a place on the ticket, and noted that his father’s running mate would be in charge of both domestic and foreign policy, according to the Times.

When the adviser asked what that would leave for President Trump, Donald Jr. reportedly replied, “Making America great again.”

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