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The motive for his recall was racist. He said that the author of the petition was worried that California would become less and less white under his leadership.

Newsom said: "Look at the petition to see the actual reasons they were on the list. This has to do with immigration. California's "eyebrows."

Newsom speaks to reporters at an elementary school in Alameda County, California, on Tuesday. The petition he was recalled did not mention race. It said that among other reasons, he also said: "The laws he recognizes favor foreigners more than our own citizens, who are illegal in our country."

Newsom said that his fight to continue as governor "must be done with our values, what we cherish deeply, so I am not only fighting for me, I am also fighting for you."

Newsom admitted that the issue of his removal will be put to a vote.

Newsom told reporters: "The reality is that it seems to be voting, so we are ready to go." "We will fight against it, and we will defeat it."

The recall petition was caused by Newsom's strict handling of the coronavirus pandemic, but the governor said it was promoted by alternative right-wing conspiracy theorists and supporters of Donald Trump.

The governor of California told reporters: "The main supporters think we should microchip immigration." "Look at its original sponsor, you are... a proud member of these three people-a public opinion right wing. The militia. The others are devout conspiracy theorists who believe in Q-Anon. Another person who literally supports the uprising supported it on January 6. This is the group." He concluded.

However, it is reported that more than 2 million people signed the petition.

Newsom also tried to back off some of the surprising comments he made on MSNBC on Monday, telling Joey Reid that he already has "multiple" candidates and that if Diana Feinstein retires, he will Replace the current senator.

These comments are in response to whether Vice President Kamala Harris will replace Feinstein with a black female senator after he resigns from the Senate and enters the White House.

But Feinstein, now 87, has three years left in his term.

The senior U.S. senator from California expressed support for Newsom on Tuesday. He told reporters that people had misunderstood the governor’s comments and accused his critics of creating “uplifting from the storm”. 

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Newsom said Tuesday: "This is a hypothesis. I hope she can serve it throughout the semester." "Someone asks me a direct question, and I tend to answer direct questions."

He added: "Maybe I have to work for this." He said that he will avoid answering hypothetical questions in the future.

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