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    Republican businessman John Cox, a candidate for governor in California, said he supports a wall on the border with Mexico and allowing immigrants in the state to fill agricultural jobs. He appeared at a debate with five other candidates at USC on Jan. 13, 2018. Video courtesy ABC7 and KPCC.