Clinton says Trump’s immigration ideas ‘dangerous’

June 5, 2016

No surprise. With just days to go until the California primary, the White House candidates are ramping up the rhetoric.

In Sylmar, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton–now polling with a double-digit lead over Donald Trump–railed against what she called her Republican rival’s”unfair and dangerous” immigration plans. ”When Donald Trump talks about deporting 11 million immigrants, he’s talking about ripping apart families,” she told supporters.

Bernie Sanders, Clinton’s Democratic rival, attacked Trump on another front, saying that the GOP’s presumptive nominee ”does not have a clue” about the environment.

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