Ohio governor, former Trump rival Kasich refusing to enter RNC, holds rally nearby

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CLEVELAND -- Outside of the Republican National Convention today questions continue of whether this was a Republican party divided.

Ohio Governor John Kasich, a former Trump rival, has vowed not to set foot in the convention.

Instead, Kasich held a rally and spoke at the nearby Rock n Roll Hall of Fame.

Kasich also spoke Tuesday to the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

Trump has angered Hispanics with his call to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico and to make Mexico pay for it. Kasich has refused to endorse Trump and is skipping the Cleveland convention.

Trump's campaign chairman has called Kasich's decision to skip the convention "petulant" and "embarrassing."

Kasich's advisers say he's trying not to be rude but has moved on to helping other candidates on the Republican ticket.