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Trump's San Diego rally draws more than ...

Anti-Trump demonstrators burn Trump's campaign items outside a campaign event for Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump in San Diego') top left no-repeat;By Emily Stephenson and Marty Graham SAN DIEGO - Donald Trump brought his message of walls and deportations to the doorstep of America’s busiest border crossing on Friday as the presumptive Republican presidential nominee greeted supporters in San Diego, amid one of the largest counter-protests organized against him. The scene inside the San Diego Convention Center during Trump's speech was relatively placid, while outside demonstrators opposed to his controversy-ridden White House bid marched and chanted, carrying signs criticizing his rhetoric against illegal immigration. Waving U.S. and Mexican flags, more than 1,000 people turned out for anti-trump rallies in San Diego, a city on the U.S.-Mexico border whose San Ysidro port of entry sees nearly 300,000 people a day cross legally between the countries. (full story)

Trump rules out presidential debate with ...

Trump jokes about how difficult he says it is for him to listen to Clinton's voice, as he holds a rally with supporters in Fresno, California') top left no-repeat;By Emily Stephenson FRESNO, Calif. - U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Friday ruled out a one-on-one debate with second-place Democratic hopeful Bernie Sanders, killing off a potentially high-ratings television spectacle. The suggested debate would have sidelined likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton but given Sanders a huge platform ahead of California's June 7 primary. A day after saying he would welcome a debate with Sanders, Trump called the idea "inappropriate" because as the Republican presumptive nominee he should only face the Democrats' final choice. (full story)

Sanders disappointed after Trump pulls out ...

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders expressed disappointment on Friday after Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said he would not debate Sanders ahead of California's June 7 primary. Well, you know, I hope that he changes his mind again," Sanders said in a video clip posted on an ABC News Twitter account. (full story)

Poll gives Peru's Fujimori 5.8 point lead ...

Peruvian presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori of the Fuerza Popular (Popular Force) party attends an election rally in Lima') top left no-repeat;Center-right presidential hopeful Keiko Fujimori gained more ground over her centrist rival Pedro Pablo Kuczynski in a Datum opinion poll on Friday, the third survey in the past week to show her winning Peru's June 5 run-off election. Fujimori, the daughter of imprisoned ex-president Alberto Fujimori, had 52.9 percent of valid votes compared with Kuczynski's 47.1 percent, according to Datum's mock voting exercise. Fujimori has climbed in opinion polls even after Univision reported on May 15 that a top aide is under investigation by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA). (full story)

Bashing Trump not enough for Democrats to ...

Democratic U.S. presidential candidates Clinton and Sanders both gesture during a Democratic debate in New York') top left no-repeat;By Luciana Lopez NEW YORK - Latino groups have criticized the Democratic Party for relying too heavily on Republican Donald Trump's inflammatory comments on illegal immigration to drive Hispanic voters to the polls, calling instead for the party to do more to address Latino concerns, according to meeting notes seen by Reuters. "(W)e cannot rely on Trump as that will set us up for failure," according to notes summarizing a meeting on May 2 between Democratic Party officials and representatives of several Hispanic advocacy groups. Hispanics make up around 17 percent of the U.S. population, making them a critical voter group in what is expected to be a tight race between Trump and the Democratic nominee. (full story)
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