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President Donald Trump on Wednesday said he would revoke a federal waiver that enabled California to set stricter standards for vehicle emissions, insisting that the move would ultimately produce “far less expensive” and safer cars.

The decision, announced via tweet during his trip to California, sets up a lengthy legal battle with the state and injects uncertainty into the automobile industry.

The article goes on to state the following:

California Gov. Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, accused Trump of having a “political vendetta” against the state, and environmental groups warned the decision would worsen air pollution.

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra slammed the move as well:

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