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Kashkari criticizes Schwarzenegger, says he 'needed to be loved'
Kashkari criticizes Schwarzenegger, says he 'needed to be loved'

GOP gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari typically aims his barbs at incumbent Gov. Jerry Brown, the Democrat he is taking on in the fall. But Thursday, the former U.S. Treasury official slashed at Arnold Schwarzenegger, the last Republican to hold the state's highest post, as incapable of reforming the state because "he needed to be loved." Asked by an audience member how he would accomplish his goals to reshape the state as governor where Schwarzenegger had failed, Kashkari noted that the movie-star-turned-politician went to war with public employee unions when he tried to get voters to approve four ballot measures in 2005. "He took on the cops, the teachers, the...

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