Gavin Newsom said in an interview today that he has been “deeply involved with talking” to both sides of the long-running Writers Guild strike and “we’re going to be meeting again later this week.” In an exclusive sit-down with Dana Bash, clips of which aired on CNN, the California governor responded to her question by saying he hasn’t been out on the picket line — as New York Gov.
Kathy Hochul briefly was last month — but said he’s in “a different position.” When she asked why, he continued: “[I’m] trying to be constructive on both sides, to utilize the formal authority I have as governor, the convening capacity I have as governor, the moral authority I can bring into the conversation to try to get everybody to the table.
Newsom added: “I’m encouraged by the conversations over this last weekend. I’m not going to overstate that, and I’m encouraged that they’re meeting again later this week.” Bash then noted that Newsom supports the United Auto Workers in its strike against the Big 3 U.S.
automakers “but you don’t want to go that far when it comes to” WGA and SAG-AFTRA. “That’s the same question,” he replied. “I absolutely support what their concerns are.Read more on deadline.com
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