Tim Donnelly

Divide in California's GOP on display at convention: 'We’re not offering anything hopeful'

Divide in California's GOP on display at convention: 'We’re not offering anything hopeful'

California Republicans walked into their weekend convention facing a persistent question: What direction should they take to stop the ongoing decline of their power in the state? Three chaotic days later, there was little resolution.

Concern about the party’s future, decisions being made by its leaders and how inclusive the state GOP truly is — topics typically only whispered about at party gatherings — were openly discussed in Anaheim this weekend, spurred by a series of contentious events at the convention, which ended Sunday.

Stephen K. Bannon, a former top advisor to President Trump, criticized former President George W. Bush as

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