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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have more campaign events in California Wednesday.

About 475 delegates are at stake in the June 7th Democratic primary.

Meantime, Clinton is also focused on her likely November opponent – Donald Trump.

“People are listening to Donald Trump and they’re wondering what is going on in America,” said Clinton.

“We defeat Donald Trump by very large numbers,” said Sanders.

Technically, Clinton and Sanders are running against each other in California but they barely mention each other.

Clinton loaded up her speeches Tuesday with new attacks on Trump.

“We are going to take on climate change, which Donald Trump says is a hoax, except when it comes to his golf courses,” said Clinton.

She was talking about the Trump organization’s application to build a sea wall for one of its courses in Ireland, citing “global warming” which Trump has called ‘pseudoscience.’

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren was one of many Democrats Tuesday who went after Trump’s taxes and his comments on the housing crisis.

“The last time that his taxes were made public, Donald Trump paid nothing – zero,” said Warren. “A small, insecure moneygrubber who doesn’t care who gets hurt, so long as he makes a profit off it. What kind of a man does that? A man who will never be President of the United States.”

Within the hour, Trump was taunting her back, from New Mexico:

“It’s Pocahontas Elizabeth Warren,” said Trump. “She said she was an Indian. She said because her cheek bones were high, she was an Indian…that she was Native American.”

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