California Governor Gavin Newsom is facing an election recall over coronavirus lockdown restrictions. Organizers say they’ve gathered more than 2-million signatures for the effort to move forward.

Former California Governor Gray Davis joined the Fox News Rundown this week; Davis was recalled in 2003 because of his handling of the state’s energy crisis. The former recalled governor shares his experience on being recalled as governor and what he’s learned from it.

Now Davis serves on the economics task force for reopening efforts in the state. During his interview he defended Newsom and his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and explains why he thinks the recall effort will be an uphill battle for organizers. He also weighs in on New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and calls for him to resign and step down because of his handling of nursing home deaths during the pandemic and recent sexual harassment allegations.