Jonah Goldberg probably did the most to get this story into the mainstream with Trump’s Inclination to Outsource Policy.
The most dramatic headline came from Greeleegazzette blog: Bombshell: Trump Would Delegate Presidency to Vice-President if Elected, According to Kasich.
But Dispatch.com got the scoop in Trump's offer to Kasich to be running mate: Be in charge of both domestic, foreign policy.
If the anonymous sources can be trusted, Donald's son made overtures to John Kasich's people to persuade Kasich to run as Trump's vice president. The "bombshell" was that Kasich would be expected to basically run everything while Trump jet-setted around the world making America great again.
The Trump building empire is impressive. And there had to have been some serious work involved in getting it done. However, Trump is the guy who hires the guy who hires the guy who hires the contractor who hires the subcontractors and on and on. Donald Trump probably never picked up a tool except for a photo op. That's OK. We haven't really expected to see hard work on a prospective president's resume in quite some time. And we don't really expect him to know where every nut and bolt went. But the Trump empire is there, nonetheless.
Goldberg thinks it's a bad thing that Trump wants to farm out the hard work. On the contrary, it's a good thing that Trump is contemplating with whom to surround himself to get the best ideas and advice. The alternative is Hillary Clinton who surrounds herself with people who are afraid to disagree with her.