The supervisor of Orange County, California said Wednesday she was recently called a "racist b----" amid her county's push to opt out of the state's sanctuary designation.
Michelle Steel, a legal immigrant from South Korea, voted in support of the move, which she says was voted in favor of unanimously.
Steel said it was the first time she was called a "racist."
She noted English is her third language, behind Korean and Japanese.
"In Asia, when you get called all different names, you live longer. So I think I will live a long life," she said.
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