California Republican Lawmaker Explains Why He's Uncomfortable With Trump
California State Assemblyman Rocky Chavez represents a military-heavy district north of San Diego. Chavez himself is a former Marine and considered a run for Senate this year to replace Sen. Barbara Boxer.
But Chavez, who does not support Donald Trump, says he decided against a run because he was worried that Trump on the ticket would make it harder for a Republican to be elected statewide.
Here & Now‘s Jeremy Hobson speaks with Assemblyman Chavez.
- Rocky Chavez, Republican member of the California State Assembly, representing the state’s 74th assembly district. He tweets @AsmRocky.
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