Clinton, Sanders duel over Latino vote in California

Clinton, Sanders duel over Latino vote in California

"I think the question isn't, 'What's going to happen now?' The question is, 'What's going to be the day after the last primary?' " Messina said during an appearance on MSNBC's "Morning Joe".

"Bernie Sanders is the biggest asset Donald Trump has right now", said GOP strategist Ford O'Connell, noting that Trump's recent release of a list of conservative potential Supreme Court nominees and outreach to conservatives has paid dividends in helping the businessman allay fears among the Republican rank and file. The Clinton machine has deep ties in Kentucky, and the virtual tie there is a blow to its campaign.

Challenged by host Chuck Todd about Sanders' better numbers in prospective matches with Republican Donald Trump than she has, the Democratic frontrunner fired back that the 2008 campaign where she made a similar case against Barack Obama was a far closer contest.

La Riva continued: "Trump is a disgusting bigot, the embodiment of the worst excesses of the capitalist system - there are not strong enough words to describe him". In the NBC/Journal poll, Trump led among men, 49 percent to 40 percent, while Clinton's edge among women was 51 percent to 38 percent. Trump and Clinton are widely disliked by voters, and both parties will need to fix schisms that might spell doom in an ordinary election year.

By contrast, fewer than half of Democratic voters say their party is divided, and 8 in 10 are hopeful about its future.

However, Senator Bernie Sanders from Vermont, who is the Democratic primary rival of Clinton, maintains a lead over Trump in these polls.

"I think in the course of this campaign, we are going to demonstrate he has no ideas, " according to Clinton. Donald Trump's numbers indicated that 54 percent of Florida registered voters now have an unfavorable opinion, 38 percent having a favorable opinion and eight percent unsure.

"I do not want Americans, and, you know, good-thinking Republicans, as well as Democrats and independents, to start to believe that this is a normal candidacy", she said. Results from a SurveyUSA poll released earlier this month showed that 54 percent of registered Republican voters are resigned to vote for Donald Trump and 57 percent of registered Democratic voters are resigned to vote for Clinton.

During an interview on ABC's "This Week" on Sunday, Sanders said that both Clinton and Trump are "very strongly disliked" by the American people.

"I don't want to see the American people voting for the lesser of two evils", Sanders said. It said if the race was between Trump and Clinton, the vote would be neck and neck. Instead, she'll merely cast him as a bully and talk about policy.

"Senator Sanders has every right to finish off his campaign however he chooses", she added. I will certainly do my part, reaching out to Sen.Sanders, reaching out to his supporters.

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