SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — Hillary Clinton went there.
“We are trying to elect a president, not a dictator,” she said of presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump at a campaign rally here on Friday, just days before the California Democratic primary.
After a day of ripping into Trump over his comments on immigration and his repeated insistence that an Indiana-born judge would not treat him fairly because of his Mexican heritage, the comment was Clinton’s starkest yet.
One day after delivering a high-profile address in San Diego designed to paint Trump as unfit for the Oval Office, the former secretary of state criss-crossed southern California, looking to close out her primary contest with Bernie Sanders while taking direct aim at her likely general election opponent.
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