Republican presidential candidate Gov. John Kasich, who is expecting a “pretty good” night in Michigan,  warned voters against supporting rival Donald Trump, saying, “You are not going to get that fix by having wild theories and ordering people around,” in an address in Birch Run, Michigan.

“By the way from everything I understand, I've got a significant rise in the polls here and it looks like we are going to have a pretty good night here,” he said.

“I understand Donald Trump,” he said. “I understand the people that are for him, these are people whose jobs are rickety-rockety , they are worried we are going to do some dumb trade deal and they are going to lose their jobs,” he said. “But you are not going to get that fix by having wild theories and ordering people around,” Kasich said Saturday.

On March 15, the delegate-rich states of Florida, Illinois, Ohio, Missouri and North Carolina will vote. Both Florida and Ohio use the winner-take-all method to allocate Republican delegates, making the stakes in those two states particularly high.

2016-03-05 Kasich in Michigan Republican U.S. presidential candidate John Kasich waits to talk to supporters during a campaign stop in Holland, Michigan, March 4, 2016. Photo: REUTERS/Rebecca Cook