Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, right, and Republican centrist Ohio Gov. John Kasich attend the first New Way California Summit, a political committee eager to reshape the state GOP, at the Hollenbeck Youth Center in Los Angeles on March 21. The prominent Republicans envision a future for the GOP far removed from President Donald Trump’s Twitter blasts, where inclusiveness, a kinder tone and a willingness to work with Democrats on immigration and climate change shape the agenda.
Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, right, and Republican centrist Ohio Gov. John Kasich attend the first New Way California Summit, a political committee eager to reshape the state GOP, at the Hollenbeck Youth Center in Los Angeles on March 21. The prominent Republicans envision a future for the GOP far removed from President Donald Trump’s Twitter blasts, where inclusiveness, a kinder tone and a willingness to work with Democrats on immigration and climate change shape the agenda. Damian Dovarganes AP
Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, right, and Republican centrist Ohio Gov. John Kasich attend the first New Way California Summit, a political committee eager to reshape the state GOP, at the Hollenbeck Youth Center in Los Angeles on March 21. The prominent Republicans envision a future for the GOP far removed from President Donald Trump’s Twitter blasts, where inclusiveness, a kinder tone and a willingness to work with Democrats on immigration and climate change shape the agenda. Damian Dovarganes AP

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