Clinton: Donald Trump talks about ripping families apart
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke at an immigration forum at Mission College in Sylmar, California on Saturday (June 4).
Clinton contradicted the presumptive republican nominee for president Donald Trump, whose stance on immigrants has been front and center in his campaign.
“What I have said is that when Donald Trump talks about deporting 11 million immigrants, he is talking about ripping apart families,” Clinton said, adding that she wanted to be a “president who will support you and will work for comprehensive immigration reform and will put the faces and the stories of immigrants front and center.”
California residents will vote in their democratic primaries on June 7th where the largest number of delegates, 548, is up for grabs.
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