At a campaign rally in California, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton focuses on Republican candidate Donald Trump, now that he's the sole Republican left in the race. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: U.S. Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton continued her attacks on presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump on Thursday (May 5), saying the United States should not take a risk on an unreliable candidate. "Our next president has to meet three tests. Can you actually help families get ahead and stay ahead? Can you keep us safe? And can you bring our country together? Well Donald Trump fails all three of those tests. That is a risk we cannot afford," Clinton told supporters in California. Clinton, a former secretary of state, criticized Trump for his position on immigration at a campaign rally in the predominately Latino neighborhood of East Los Angeles. "We have to recognize that the kind of language coming from Donald Trump is hateful and we need to repudiate it," she said. Clinton looks set to win her party's nomination, leading her rival, U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, by more than 800 delegates. Trump's win in Indiana on Tuesday pushed his rivals out of the race and left him as the sole remaining Republican candidate in the race.