Bill Clinton jabs at Bernie Sanders, cracks joke at Wall Street's expense

This conclusion comes from a conservative website that would love nothing more than to boost Bernie Sanders in the hope that a long primary fight will wound Hillary Clinton ahead of a likely general election matchup with the Republican nominee. Bernie Sanders supporters protested outside of the event, carrying signs, chanting and banging pots and pans. Last week, he suggested there were "different standards" regarding gender in the ongoing debate between his wife and Sanders over who is more qualified to be president.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks to people in the overflow area during a campaign event at the Los Angeles Southwest College on Saturday, April 16, 2016, in Los Angeles. "It sounds so good, just shoot every third person on Wall Street and everything will be fine", Bill Clinton said. According to the HuffPost Pollster average, 55 percent of the electorate now views Clinton unfavorably-and 40.2 percent of people view her favorably, according to the same average.

There has been some discussion about adding one more debate in May, though no date or place or media sponsor has been announced, and it is unclear if the stakes would be almost as high as they were Thursday.

Clinton hit 57% to Sanders' 40% in an NBC 4 New York/Wall Street Journal/Marist Poll released Friday; a similar poll earlier this week had Clinton up 14 points.

IE spoke with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, who has endorsed Hillary Clinton.

The focus of Clinton's swing through California was a pair of big-ticket fundraisers with actor George Clooney, with some donors agreeing to raise or donate six-figure sums. "And she completely supports that", says Hinojosa.

Clinton backers have touted the events - and the fact Clinton is raising money for other Democrats - as a notable difference from Sanders, who has, to date, raised close to nothing for the party. "So if you didn't know it was in NY, you could kind of tell from the tone", said Faricy. But over the cacophony of protesters, she had a message for them that seemed to be ever-present on this West Coast swing: "We don't need another diagnosis of the problem, we need solutions!" she said.

Cruz touted his primary wins against Trump and shared his views on the state of the nation, WCBS 880's Rich Lamb reported. "Damn right. That is exactly what we should be doing".

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