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Liz Cheney is way behind in the polls leading up to next week’s Wyoming primary. John Nichols went to Wyoming to see her in action, and reports that she’s “fighting to outlast and replace Trump as the manager of the right-wing franchise in American politics.”
Also on this week's show, a deep dive into Orange County, California. Ronald Reagan once called it “the place all good Republicans go to die.”
But there’s another history of Orange County. LA Times columnist and author of the new book “A People’s Guide to Orange County," Gustavo Arellano explains that, just as there's a history of white supremacy and right wing power, the O.C. also has a history of people –especially immigrants– leading a resistance.
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