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Unexpected Role Minorities Might Play in California 2020 Electorate—Shawn Steel, RNC Committeeman

Just how will ethnic minorities in California factor into the 2020 election, perhaps in ways we don’t expect? What’s unique about President Trump’s response to Iran’s recent attack on a U.S. surveillance drone? And how might issues surrounding free speech on college campuses be related to persecutions seen on the other side of the world, in places like communist China? This is American Thought Leaders, and I’m Jan Jekielek. Today we sit down with Shawn Steel, Republican National Committeeman for California, who has had a legal practice in Orange County for 30 years. We discuss Trump’s 2020 campaign, why Steel became a Trump supporter, and Steel’s views on the current state of conservatism in California. And on the heels of the recent state department Report on International Religious Freedom, we explore the importance of freedom of belief, in America and beyond.
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