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California Nation podcast: Should CA GOP embrace Trump?

Travis Allen says ‘it’s about time’ for CA GOP to embrace Trump

With a month left until California Republicans select their party’s next leader, Travis Allen is imploring his party to be more supportive of President Donald Trump. Some Republicans fear the candidate is adopting a losing strategy.
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With a month left until California Republicans select their party’s next leader, Travis Allen is imploring his party to be more supportive of President Donald Trump. Some Republicans fear the candidate is adopting a losing strategy.

In exactly one month, California Republicans will select their party’s next leader. The top contenders are Travis Allen and Jessica Patterson.

Allen finished his Assembly term last year and is now looking to align the California GOP more closely with President Donald Trump. This comes at a time when a blue wave swept across California in the 2018 midterms, giving Democrats their biggest legislative advantages in decades.

On this week’s episode of “California Nation,” Allen sits down to discuss why he feels the party should embrace Trump.

“This is a great American president, and it’s about time that the Republican Party in California stands behind its Republican president,” Allen said.

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Earlier on the show, Bee video producer Alyssa Hodenfield, discusses a documentary highlighting the struggles in the aftermath of the Camp Fire, which claimed 86 lives and devastated the town of Paradise.

Finally, in place of the Buzz of the Week segment, we air a full, unedited conversation with Congressman Adam Schiff, where he offers insight into future investigations into the president.

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