Sanders, Clinton Battle For California, But Why Is Trump In The Golden State?
Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders are crisscrossing California ahead of tomorrow’s primary. Recent polls show Sanders drawing close to Clinton among the state’s voters, despite delegate math showing Clinton with a formidable lead.
At the same time, Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, has scheduled multiple campaign stops in the state – even though he’s unlikely to win the blue state in the general election. Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson discusses the upcoming contest with Seema Mehta of the Los Angeles Times and Ben Adler of Capital Public Radio.
- Seema Mehta, reporter covering politics for The Los Angeles Times. She tweets @LATSeema.
- Ben Adler, capitol bureau chief for Capital Public Radio. He tweets @adlerben.
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