"We’ll see if Trump meant what he said.”
Hispanic voters will be of "utmost importance" to the campaign, Ed Brookover said.
“I don’t understand why you put out a statement like that,” Scarborough added.
"I think it's safe to say the governor was never on the VP shortlist."
“Five, 10 years from now — different party," Trump said.
Clinton has 46 percent support to Sanders's 44 percent in the Golden State.
"He's gonna win," Manafort said, "unless ... people like me screw it up."
"I'm going to work for him because I know the alternative," Jim Jordan said.
"If you’re trying to buy land, you use different names. You have an alias."
Clinton leads Trump, 46 to 39 percent.