Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon on 'Fighting for California' Under President Trump

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California State Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon. (Photo: Jeff Walters/Assembly Democratic Caucus)

Several weeks after the election of President Donald Trump, California Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon said in a speech to lawmakers that the state faced a "major existential threat." Rendon has since taken vocal stands against the Trump administration's immigration raids and travel ban, which is now on hold. We'll talk to Speaker Rendon about the challenges California may face under President Trump and the Assembly's priorities for this term.

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Anthony Rendon, speaker of the California State Assembly

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