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Voters in other states are likely to clinch Hillary Clinton's nomination next Tuesday, even before the ballots are counted in California's Democratic primary. But polls show Bernie Sanders might win in the Golden State, providing momentum for influence at the Party convention this summer.

Later on the program, a ban on the sale of ivory. It's good news for elephants but bad news for antique dealers.  

Producers:
Andrea Brody
Sasa Woodruff
Katie Cooper

Trump Supporters Violently Attacked at San Jose Rally 6 MIN, 30 SEC

All Donald Trump's opponents have dropped out, but their names are still on Republican ballots in California. Last night, he appeared at a rally in San Jose, and outside a crowd of protesters attacked some Trump supporters. One ended up with blood on his face. A veteran of reporting on California politics, Carla Marinucci now works for Politico, a news organization that's not credentialed by the Trump campaign. So, she bought a ticket for last night's event.

Guests:
Carla Marinucci, Politico (@cmarinucci)

California, Here They Come 32 MIN, 53 SEC

With California prepared for a showdown next week in the Democratic primary, Hillary Clinton picked a fight yesterday with Republican Donald Trump. "This is not someone who should ever have the nuclear codes – because it's not hard to imagine Donald Trump leading us into a war just because somebody got under his very thin skin."

Lost in the latest flap between Trump and Clinton is Bernie Sanders — but he's leading in the latest poll before next Tuesday's primary. We look at the potential impact of all this on next Tuesday's California primary and political events to come.

Guests:
Dan Schnur, USC Unruh Institute of Politics / Dornsife LA Times Poll (@danschnur)
Ron Nehring, Republican strategist (@RonNehring)
Gustavo Arellano, Host, 'Orange County Line' (@GustavoArellano)
Chris Lehane, Democratic strategist (@chrislehane)
Carla Marinucci, Politico (@cmarinucci)

More:
USC Dornsife/LA Times poll shows Sanders, Clinton in dead heat before California primary
Trump University case, Trump's attack of Judge Curiel
Speaker Paul Ryan endorses Trump

Nearly All Sales of Elephant Ivory Are a Crime 9 MIN, 32 SEC

Ivory is a beloved item, used since the start of the nation in pianos, knife handles and furniture. Now it's become a big enough business to threaten species extinction. So, the Obama Administration has declared a near-total ban on the sale of products containing African elephant ivory.

As Darryl Fears reports in the Washington Post, the ban may put an end to more than one kind of business.

Guests:
Darryl Fears, Washington Post (@bydarrylfears)

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