From CA Republican Convention – What really matters

I spent the weekend at the CA Republican Party Convention.  As you may know, I am the Former Chairman of the California Republican Party.

Over the years, I have seen many a politician come and go — some liked, others not.  At the end the day, we have to ask ourselves what really matters.  For me, it is whether we are safe and improving public policy.  I care far less about whether any one president is liked than I do caring about whether Americans are benefitting from good policy.

Today, I was quoted in Politico on the matter:

“Tom Del Beccaro, a former California state party chairman who flew with Bannon to California on Friday, said California Republicans can overlook any stylistic or ideological differences they might have with the White House or its surrogates. Republicans at the convention remained sore about Congress’ failure to repeal Obamacare, but they were optimistic about the prospect of a border wall and hoped for a victory on tax reform.

At the end of the day, what’s really going to matter is whether Congress passes reforms that Donald Trump can sign,” Del Beccaro said.

As for Trump, he said, “It’s the divided era. There are some people who like him, and some people who don’t.”

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