Clinton hits rivals on immigration in California campaign swing

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton arrives at a community college as she makes a campaign stop in Sylmar, CaliforniaBy Mike Blake LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Hillary Clinton fought on two fronts in California on Saturday as she sought to wrap up her battle with Bernie Sanders for the Democratic nomination, taking aim at him and at Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, with attacks on their immigration stances. Both Clinton and Sanders campaigned across California, stopping in immigrant communities, big cities and the agricultural heartland on the final weekend before Tuesday’s primary in the nation’s biggest state.

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