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mexican heritage and now donald trump expanding the claims further suggesting that a muslim judge could not be fair to him either. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it is monday, june 6th. good morning. maybe you are up late in california. breaking overnight. hillary clinton inching closer to the democratic nomination with the win in puerto rico. six states, including california are up for grabs on tuesday. clinton is now an estimated 29 delegates shy of the 2,383 she needs to clinch. although she is certain to blow past that number by tomorrow night, bernie sanders is still predicting a contested convention no matter what happens on the final super tuesday. his only chance is to flip super delegates already pledged to clinton. we get more from cnn's jeff zeleny. >> reporter: john and christine. a final full day of campaigning
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for hillary clinton and bernie sanders here in california. making one last push for the 475 delegates at stake in tuesday's primary. hillary clinton making the case again about one rival, but it is donald trump she is talking about over and over how he is not qualified to be president. she is barely mentions bernie sanders. she had a closing rally in sacramento on sunday night. this is her final message to voters. >> i want to finish strong here in california. it means the world to me. >> reporter: bernie sanders making the case to his supporters here in california as well. telling them that they can still change the direction of the democratic race for the presidency. with puerto rico in the bag, now only six more states to vote on tuesday, followed by the district of columbia next week, then this race is over. bernie sanders trying to keep the case alive for super delegates. that is an uphill battle. this is what he told voters in san diego.
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>> any objective analyst of the current campaign understands that the energy and grassroots activism in this campaign is with us, not hillary clinton. >> reporter: the outcome of the presidential nomination does not hinge on california, but a clinton win in california would cool the argument bernie sanders is trying to make that he can still take this to the convention. that's why all eyes today still on california as both campaigns and candidates fight here until the end for those 475 delegates at stake. john and christine. >> jeff, thank you. on the republican side, you can hear republican leaders and donors getting nervous about donald trump's attacks on the judge in the trump university civil case. house republicans criticized trump for claiming gonzalo curiel is bias because of his
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mexican heritage. republicans are urging trump to change his tone, but cnn's jake tapper sat down with donald trump. >> republican presidential nominee trump is campaigning hard in california ahead of the primary with no major candidate still in the race and enough delegates to secure the nomination at the cleveland convention next month. he is rallying the party as the gop establishment and still lining up behind him. that doesn't mean he is toning it down. >> i asked you about comments you made about the judge in the trump university case. you said it was a conflict of interest that he is the judge because he is a mexican heritage although he is from indiana. hillary clinton said that is a racist attack on a federal judge. >> she is so wonderful. here is a woman that should be put in jail for what she did for her e-mails. i tell you what it has to do. i had ruling after ruling after ruling that's been bad rulings.
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i have been treated unfairly. i had another judge. if that judge was there there, this case would be over two years ago. i have been treated unfairly by this judge. this judge is of mexican herita heritage. i'm building a wall. he is a member of the society which is pro mexico. that's fine. >> you are calling into question his heritage. >> he should recuse himself. >> you also say does he know the lawyer on the other side? does he know the lawyer? you know, a lot of people say yes. that's another problem. >> you are invoking his race over whether or not he can do his job. >> jake, i'm building a wall. i'm trying to keep business out of mexico. >> he is mexican-american. >> he is of mexican heritage.
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>> is it not, if you are saying he can't do his job because of his race is that not the definition of racism? >> i don't think so at all. >> no? >> no. he is proud of his heritage. i respect for him that. he is proud of his heritage. i'm building a wall. >> he is ready to take the fight to hillary clinton who could secure enough delegates on tuesday to become the democratic nominee. if you include the super delegates, that's a big if, of course, clinton told me this week, she is happy to compare her record with trump's. >> jake, thank you so much for that. let's get more on the battle for california and the turmoil in the republican party. let's go live to washington and bring in eugene scott. y eugene, it is the trump playbook. he told his advisers. when this is cleared up, i want
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to do trump university again. that is vintage trump. he pushes the criticism aside and goes bigger. all this concern about using race or heritage as a reason to question a judge's impartiality or judge's ruling. now he says religion could be a reason. listen to what he said on "face the nation." >> if it were a muslim judge, would you feel they would not be able to treat you fairly because of that policy of yours? >> it's possible, yes. >> in fairness, he was asked by that question from a reporter. he thought about it. he said yeah. same kind of thing. >> it was a very interesting statement to the people on the left and right. these are not things that people who are running for president usually say. there is concern about a person's ability to judge because of their race or the birth place of their parents or
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faith. i think one thing that is so interesting about his concern about a judge being muslim is that there are people who are sporting donald trump because they believe he will nominate judges who support judeao christian believes. >> everyone we almost certainly speak on this subject condemn donald trump's comments on judge curiel. mitch mcconnell did and paul ryan did. seven minutes ago, the clinton campaign released this video trying to highlight this acrimony within the republican party. look at the video from the clinton campaign. >> says when he questions whether the judge can be fair because of his mexican heritage, that is not racist. do you agree? >> look, i don't condone the comments. >> i disagree with that thinking behind that. >> i'm livid about it.
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if this is his strategy to win over hispanics, he has a hell of a wake-up call coming to him in november. >> the video from the clinton campaign. those words all from republicans, eugene. >> yeah. it has been really interesting. there is so much talk about the need to unify the party. there is a long way to go before many leaders like consistently back trump and the things he is saying. i think one thing that is fascinating is some of the push backs seem to be subtle. it will be interesting to see if they will go further. >> we expect nothing less than passion from ana navarro. let's talk about the democrats here quickly. tomorrow's a very big day for hillary clinton and bernie sanders. bernie sanders says he will hang in to a contested convention. he would have to flip a lot of
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super delegates to do that. we saw bill clinton on the stump yesterday. he's been careful about not making news, as he says, campaigning for his wife. he was being heckled by sanders supporters. he got a little testy back. listen. >> i don't want to pick a fight. if i were him, i would be screaming too. if you figure this out, there are tolls for election day. have a good time. >> have a good time. you're toast for election day. sanders supporters are fired up this morning. >> very much so. especially because they don't agree with him. we have seen bernie sanders say this weekend that he will push for a contested convention as he still believes there is a chance that super delegates can come over to support him. it makes a lot of sense. no one is surprised that the
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former president believes that hillary clinton will clinch the nomination. he is getting push back as we saw because not everyone buys into that at this point. >> eugene scott. one final point if you are counting on a david french candidate, he said he will not run. he still thinks someone should. thanks, eugene. time for an early start on your money. so we had a weekend now to process that terrible jobs report. what's happening? dow is up slightly. stocks in europe are higher. asian stocks closed mixed. crude oil holding at $49 a barrel. did friday's jobs report shocker kill the fed plan to raise interest rates this summer? the probability they will raise rates next week is just 4%. the chances of a rate hike in
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july are down to 31%. look at september. most believe september is the most likely. about 48% right now. i'll eyes on janet yellen. she is giving a speech this afternoon in philadelphia. a lot of people thought this would be the exclamation point on the case for raising rates. now you have data with weakness in the jobs market. speaking in finland, the head of the fed there said it is a snap back in growth from the first quarter. a weak winter and this boston fed president speaking in finland said it is a remarkable how strong the economy snapped back. almost everything is there for a fed hike, but this on friday. 11 minutes past the hour. the world morning the loss of the iconic fighter.
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muhammad ali is home. the body of the champ back in louisville, kentucky. memorial services taking place across the city in a huge celebration of his life planned now for friday. cnn's martin savage has details. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine. muhammad ali has finally come back home. and the efforts to remember his life are fully under way. there was last night an inter faith service by the islamic community. there are other services talked about today. the big events are for the latter part of the week. thursday is set aside primarily for the family of muhammad ali. friday, that is the day where the world can celebrate his life. in fact, louisville, kentucky, has put out the welcome mat for the world to come. they know their hometown son has been shared by so many people
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and so many other places. it will begin at 9:00 a.m. with a motorcade procession. it will wind through the streets of louisville. sometimes on highways and sometimes on side streets. designed to allow as many people as possible to get their final farewell. at 2:00, an inter faith service. among those who will eulogize muhammad ali, bill clinton. it will be remarkable. these plans have been years in the making. we're told that it is not just from the family and not just from the city, but also one of those who helped make the plans was muhammad ali himself. john. a tropical depression in the atlantic has strengthened into tropical storm colin. thunderstorms from the gulf coast to new england. here is cnn's meteorologist pedram javaheri. >> good morning to you, john and
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christine. active weather in the gulf coast. this is coming from after bonnie. this is the earliest third storm of the season. june 12st, 1887. now we're talking about june 5 for the most recent with colin across the yucatan peninsula. tremendous moisture to southern georgia and on into parts of the carolinas. with all this is severe weather which exists. it will be for hail, damaging winds and you can't rule out isolated tornado. by this afternoon, this evening, we think landfall in the northwest corner of florida and it will push across the carolinas. very quick moving. it will move quickly. once it moves out, the rainfall stops early week. extreme heat expands to the
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bleacher report. >> good morning, john and christine. warriors two wins away from calling themselves back-to-back nba champs. they honored the greatest of all time. moment of silence for muhammad ali. they gave the cavs the rope-a-dope. green with nothing but net. 28 points for green. if going down 2-0 wasn't bad enough for cleveland, kevin love goes down. takes an elbow to the head. placed on the concussion prop protoc protocol. the broncos will be without talib today honored at the white house. he is treated at the dallas hospital after being shot in the lower right leg. it happened at a dallas area nightclub. broncos say they expect him to make a full recovery. they have been in touch with the
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hillary clinton with a big new primary win overnight. bernie sanders is still vowing to take his fight all the way to the convention. tomorrow the big final super tuesday election. will those votes matter? donald trump doubling down on his attack on a judge he says is unfair. a judge unfair because of his mexican heritage. trump expanding his theory now to muslims and facing wrath from republican leadership. welcome back to "early start."
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i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. breaking overnight. hillary clinton inching closer to the democratic nomination. she won the puerto rico primary. she won it big. picking up a lot of delegates there. what does that mean? it means tomorrow night could be interesting. final super tuesday. six states. california is the biggest of the six voting. when you include super delegates, who tell cnn they are supporting clinton, she is just 29 delegates shy of the threshold to clinch. although she is all but certain to blow past that number, including super delegates, she could blow past that early tomorrow night, bernie sanders is still contesting a contested convention. his only chance to win hinges on flipping super delegates. can he do that? let's get more from jeff zeleny. >> reporter: john and christine, a full day of campaigning for hillary clinton and bernie sanders here in california.
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making one last push for the 475 delegates at stake in tuesday's primary. hillary clinton making the case about one of her rivals, but it is donald trump she is talking about who is not qualified to be president according to her. she had a closing rally in sacramento on sunday night. this was her final message to voters. >> i want to finish strong here in california. it means the world to me. >> reporter: bernie sanders making the case to his supporters here in california as well. telling them that they can still change the direction of the democratic race for the presidency. with puerto rico in the bag now six more states to vote on tuesday followed by the district of columbia next week, then this race is over. bernie sanders keeping the argument alive he needs super delegates. this is what he told voters in san diego. >> any objective analyst of the
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current campaign understands that the energy and the grassroots activism in this campaign is with us, not hillary clinton. >> reporter: the outcome of the democratic presidential nomination is based on a hillary clinton win here in california will cool the argument that bernie sanders can take this to the convention. both candidates will fight here until the end for the 475 delegates at stake. thank you. republican leaders and donors are becoming nervous about trump's attacks on the judge in the trump university civil race. house and senate republicans are criticizing trump for claiming the judge gonzalo curiel is bias because of his mexican heritage. the party needs to win over latino voters for november. they are urging trump to soften
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his tone. trump doesn't seem willing to do that. >> presumptive republican presidential nominee donald trump is still campaigning hard in california ahead of the tuesday primary with no major republican candidates still in the race and enough pledged delegates to clinch the nomination at the cleveland convention next month. the gop establishment is rallying behind him, but that doesn't mean he is toning it down. >> i want to ask you about the comments you made in the trump university case. you said you thought it was a conflict of interest because the judge is of mexican heritage although he is from illinois. >> she is so wonderful. here is a woman that should be put in jail because of her e-mails. i have had ruling after ruling after ruling that have been bad rulings. i have been treated unfairly. we had another judge. if that judge was still there, this case would be over two
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years ago. i had horrible rulings. i have been treated unfairly. this judge is of mexican heritage. i will do very well. >> no mexican judge can be involved in a case that involves you? >> he is a member of the society which is pro mexico. that's fine. it's all fine. >> you are calling into question his heritage. >> he should recuse himself. you say does he know the lawyer on the other side. does he know the lawyer? you know, a lot of people say yes. i don't know. that's another problem. >> you are invoking his race when you talk about whether or not he can do his job. >> jake, i'm building a wall. i'm building a wall. i'm trying to keep business out of mexico. mexico's fine. >> he's a mexican-american. >> he is of mexican heritage. >> is it not when hillary clinton says this is a racist attack and you reject that. if you are saying he can't do his job because of his race,
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isn't that the definition of racism? >> i don't think so at all. >> no? >> no. he's proud of his heritage. >> you say he can't do his job because of that. >> hillary clinton could secure enough delegates tomorrow. if you include the super delegates. clinton told she is happy to compare her accomplishments with trump. >> i hope you heard the whole thing. worth the watch and listen. let's bring in eugene scott. eugene, you heard donald trump talking to jake about american judge gonzalo curiel who is of mexican heritage. but wait, there's more. donald trump now not just saying that someone whose parents born in mexico can't be a fair judge,
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but now saying a muslim why couldn't be fair to him either. >> if it were a muslim judge, would you say would not treat you fairly because of your policy? >> that would be yes. >> donald trump not backing down over a controversy position which earned him a lot of criticism within his own party. >> i'm not surprised he not backing down that statement. we don't know him to back down from statements that people found questionable. also, many of his supporters agree. many of his supporters do believe that being a muslim could affect judges bias and ruling against someone like donald trump. it is just fascinating because that issue doesn't seem to come up when talking about christians. many people are supporting donald trump on the right because they believe and hope he will appoint or nominate judges who are christian. it is the inconsistency there
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which concerns people on the left and right. >> democrats drop this video. apparently seizing on this controversy quoting republicans. democratic video with the republican response on this issue. listen. >> he says when he questions whether the judge can be fair because of his mexican heritage, that is not racist. do you agree? >> look, i don't condone the comments. >> i completely disagree with that thinking behind that. >> i'm livid about it. if this is his strategy to win over hispanics, he has a hell of a wake-up call coming to him in november. >> is party leadership going to rein in donald trump on this? it is not surprising he would double down and expand it to religion from race. at this point, it could hurt him. >> very much so. it is hurting him already. he is the presumptive nominee.
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there are people on the right who are not supporting donald trump because he has said things that they have been concerned about. what is interesting about that video, we see that it all features people who would be considered closer to the establishment if not in the establishment than not. those aren't the people who got donald trump to where he is right now. so, whether or not this will concern the voters and people who are already behind him in terms of making or encouraging him to look at it differently, that remains to be seen. we will hear more as the week continues. >> you see the democrats rejoicing in the discomfort within the republican party. discomfort and awkwardness faced by the republican leadership. including paul ryan who last week endorsed donald trump. on the subject of discomfort, there is some in the democratic party as well.
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fin final super tuesday tomorrow. hillary clinton will more than likely be the democratic nominee. and bill clinton seem to let his frustration bubble over a bit. listen. >> i don't want to pick a fight. if i were him, i would scream to. if you figure this out, they're toast for election day. have a good time. >> you know, with a smile. he calls the bernie sanders supporters they're toast. he needs to bring the party together after tuesday as well. the argument bernie sanders supporters is look, hillary clinton can't win out the super delegates. we can flip until july. if they keep this going for another five or six weeks, that could be awkward. >> very much so.
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we see the former president displaying a level of confidence that bernie sanders and his supporters don't believe he should be. there really is still time bernie sanders would have you believe to see significant changes regarding super delegates. this would be unprecedented. we have not seen something like this happen before. it could happen. it seems like the former president is suggests that's not even possible. so, i'm not really surprised that hecklers do believe they still have enough time and energy to encourage voters and super delegates to look differently. >> nice to see you, eugene. thank you for getting up early. time for an early start. income inequality. one of the biggest issues of our generation. switzerland votes down a proposal to give guaranteed income to residents. many are looking at this as a
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solution to income inequality. 77% of swiss voters voted against it. it would have bumped up pay for lower income workers to $2,500 a month. guaranteed. the program would replace all of the current welfare programs there and welfare payments. the government says it would cost $25 billion u.s. dollars. it would come from spending cuts and higher taxes. supporters are arguing this. a simpler way to help your economy because and combat income inequality. there is a guaranteed minimum income every month. people have the power to spend that money the way they want. finland is considering scrapping welfare programs giving residents up to $10,000 a year. a study in oakland, california soon. giving people minimum amount of money every month. this is your guaranteed income.
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back home. and the efforts to honor his life are under way. there was an inter faith service organized by the islamic community. the big events are for the latter part of the week. thursday is set aside primarily for the family. friday is the day the world can celebrate his life. louisville, kentucky, has put out the welcome mat for the entire world. it will begin at 9:00 with a motorcade procession through the streets of louisville. sometimes on highways and sometimes on side streets. that is designed to allow as many people as possible to bid their final farewell. at 2:00, a service and among those who will eulogize, former president bill clinton. about 20,000 people will squeeze in the facility.
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it will be remarkable. these plans have been years in the making. we're told that it's not just from the family and not just from the city, but also one of those who helped make the plans was muhammad ali himself. john and christine. >> martin, thank you for that. motions are expected to be heard in the case of a baltimore police officer who faces the most serious charges in the death of freddie gray. prosecutors say cesar goodson was negligent when he failed to buckle gray into the seatbelt and failed to call for medical attention. gray suffered from a spine injury in the back of the transport vehicle. the parents of the 3-year-old boy who fell in the gorilla closure at the cincinnati zoo will find out later this morning from prosecutors if they face criminal charges. zoo officials shot and killed harambe the gorilla. they say they feared for the life of the child. when the exhibit opens tomorrow, it will feature a higher
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get the new xfinity tv app and for the first time ever stream live tv, watch on demand, and download your dvr shows anywhere. eiraqi forces are advances n fallujah this morning. they have secured along the southern edge of the city. they are poised to move into the heart of the town where isis fighters are entrenched. thousands of civilians are caught in the crossfire right now. we have cnn's correspondent ben wedeman reporting live from baghdad. ben, you have been talking to people who have been trying to exist in the city. >> reporter: yeah, when you meet their children, they have the distant look of kids who have seen things that really kids should never see.
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they talk about isis going house to house looking for people basically rounding them up to go serve as human shields in the heart of fallujah. those who refused or even just questioned the orders. apparently shot on the spot. we spoke to people who did manage to leave there now in a displaced personal camp outside baghdad. they say for instance, four families of 32 people hid for three days in the marshes drinking dirty water and eating dates before they were finally able to get behind the frontlines of the iraqi army and to move on. even the ones who get to baghdad, they're living in the dusty, dirty and disorganized camps. they have no idea when they're going to go. many of them, the families have been separated because iraqi intelligence is holding many of the men and teenage boys because of fear they could be isis
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members or sympathizers. there have been cases when people were fleeing from the fallujah area and as they were approaching the iraqi lines, there were isis members among them who blew themselves up. we were in an area where just the day before, one isis militant had blown himself up and killed three children and wounded several of those civilians fleeing. whether you are stuck there or trying to leave or got out, john, it's a really difficult existence. >> difficult, but important to remind people, ben, this is going on. thank you for your reporting. 56 minutes past the hour. let's get an early start on your money. we had a weekend to absorb the jobs reports. dow futures are higher and stocks in europe are higher and shares in asia are mixed overnight. treasury secretary jack lew in china today for economy talks. let's say the agenda is jam packed.
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relations with the countries are tense. china's economy is slowing and china is a frequent target on the u.s. presidential trail. the two sides will talk steel. china is accused of flooding the market with cheap steel and the treasury department is pushing back on this. there are questions of china manipulating its currency and china being an unwelcome place to do business. gas prices are rising. you may pay the highest prices of the year. the national average for a gallon of regular is $2.36. it is up 14 cents over the past month. it is still below what drivers are paying this time last year. crude oil doubled in price. the summer blend is more expensive. analysts don't see $3 gas soon,
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but prices will follow the price of oil. you are warned. >> you don't need to tell us, but tell us just because you feel you owe it to us. that's what is so great about christine romans. hillary clinton, she picks up a new primary win overnight. now less than 30 delegates from clinching the nomination. when you include super delegates. "new day" picks this up and donald trump news. starting now. tuesday i will have decisively won the popular vote. >> the energy is with us, not hillary clinton. >> i'm going to do everythg i can to unify the democratic party, and i expect senator sanders to do the same. >> the democratic convention will be contested. i've been treated very unfairly by this judge. this judge is of mexican heritage. i'm bidding a wall. okay? >> this is one of the worst mistakes trump has made. >> i completely disagree with the thinking behind that.
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>> we would be so much better off if gadhafi were in charge. >> you take a shot, you take him out. and this is only the beginning. >> announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota. good morning. welcome to your "new day." it is monday, june 6th. 6:00 in the east. alisyn missed the last bus from atlantic city, so brooke baldwin is here. very nice of you to be here. >> you got it. surprise! and a primary win in puerto rico putting her just 29 delegates from clinching the democratic nomination. hillary clinton is expected to become the first woman to become a presidential nominee in u.s. history tomorrow, after the final six states vote, but rival bernie sanders is not ready to give up opening a new line of attack and pushing for a
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contested convention. >> [ speaking in foreign language ]. >> gracias. and mexican heritage. is donald trump doing irreparable harm to the party? a panel up and adam with us on a monday morning. we get to them. we have the 2016 race covered for you only as cnn can. let's begin with chris frates live in los angeles. frates, good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning, ms. baldwin. tell you, with one bday to go with the primary, hillary clinton is within striking distance of clinching the democratic nomination. bernie sanders is vowing no matter what happens in tuesday's race, he's staying until the convention. hillary clintonal win over the wrnd puts her on the cusp of an

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