The following is an excerpt from Maeve Reston and Dan Merica | May 26, 2016 | CNN.com |
Riverside, California (CNN)As she has trudged toward the Democratic nomination, Hillary Clinton has struggled to find a message that could impassion her Democratic voters the way her rival Bernie Sanders has.
But that changed this week in California when she turned her full attention to Donald Trump. With the brash real estate magnate as her full-time foil, Clinton finally seemed to find her voice.
In speech after speech across the Golden State, Clinton delivered a fiery, point-by-point takedown of the real estate magnate, casting him as a greedy bully who was eager to profit from the financial woes of the middle class Americans who lost homes and jobs in the 2008 economic crash.
"I will continue to stand up and speak out against what he says -- the kinds of positions and policies he's putting forward, the way he treats people, how divisive he is," Clinton said Wednesday in Buena Park.
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