A California state assemblyman is crafting a new bill that would require public schools in the state to teach the subject of Russian hacking in the 2016 election.

Marc Levine (D-Marin) told Tucker Carlson that one of the most important ideals is for students to understand our history to have a sense of what foreign policy America should have in the future.


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"We don't understand the effect of Russia in the election right now," Carlson said, adding that Levine's bill amounted to adding politicians' propaganda to textbooks.

Levine responded that President Trump is the "least curious man on the planet about this issue."

We must make sure the truth is in our history books, he said, noting that the U.S. intelligence community concluded that Russia indeed interfered in the election in some way.

If the bill passes, it would move to a state commission that would make an assessment on how to include it in public curriculum.

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