Former Ohio Governor John Kasich reportedly has big plans for 2019.
CNBC reports that the former presidential candidate may be looking to join a cable news network such as CNN or MSNBC in the near future. United Talent Agency announced Monday that Kasich has signed on as a new client.
The agency, which represents a number of media personalities, says it’s helping Kasich, “navigate the next phase of his career in civic engagement,” according to the Associated Press.
Axios notes that Kasich’s term as governor ended on Monday. However, the move may not mean he’s steering clear of politics.
Kasich sat down with ABC News back in November and hinted that he may put his name in the hat to run against President Trump in 2020. That would mark his third presidential run.
The AP notes that the 66-year-old Kasich has said he would like to run as a Republican if he enters the race, but would also be willing to run as an Independent.
COLUMBUS, OH – MARCH 30: Ohio Governor John Kasich works long hours with staff on his new budget proposal at his office, in the Ohio State House office, Columbus, Ohio, Wednesday, March 30, 2011. Newly elected republican Ohio Governor John Kasich is working toward to balancing an Ohio budget in deficit through a budget proposal with extensive budget cuts, spending reform, and changes in labor laws, including restrictions on collective bargaining. (Photo by Melina Mara/ The Washington Post via Getty Images)