by Axios | 4.21.19
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) sees his role as "not just the center of the resistance" against President Trump but as a "positive alternative" to him, he told CNN's "The Van Jones Show" Saturday.
What he's saying: "If he attacks our diversity, if he attacks people, demeans them and dehumanizes people, I’m going to stand up for them," Newsom told host Van Jones, adding he'd do the same on efforts against clean air, clean water and the Affordable Care Act. "I do govern the most un-Trump state in America ..."
CA isn't just leading the resistance, we're the positive alternative. Proving it's possible to build a thriving economy, eliminate debts, advance a clean energy future -- all while embracing our diverse communities & standing up for our progressive values. pic.twitter.com/pYOLkt6aXS— Gavin Newsom (@GavinNewsom) April 21, 2019
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