>> Making Donald Trump our Commander-in-Chief would be a historic mistake. 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.>> Yes, Hillary Clinton had the New York billionaire in the crosshairs, attacking every aspect of his candidacy.
Then this happened just as her speech was starting. It didn't steal all of her thunder as Clinton openly mocked Trump and his campaign trail theatrics.>> And I have to say, I don't understand Donald's bizarre fascination with dictators. He said you've gotta give Kim Jong-un credit for taking over North Korea, something he did by murdering everyone he saw as a threat, including his own uncle, which Donald described gleefully like he was recapping an action movie.
>> Campaign reporter Ginger Gibson says Clinton's takedown went further than anything leveled against Trump so far.>> We may see these kind of mocking attacks from Clinton, trying to goad Donald Trump into a fight all the way to November. This wasn't an accident. Her campaign's clearly taking a test run at the best ways to go after Donald Trump.
>> He also said, I know more about ISIS than the generals do, believe me. You know what? I don't believe him.>> There's a risk that voters see her getting in the gutter with him or slinging mud, or that they don't take her seriously because she's using such a tone to attack Donald Trump.
>> Dangerously incoherent.>> One big tough speech, though, won't have much of an impact, especially with Trump actively attacking her too, preempting her shots last night at a rally in Sacramento.>> She lies!>> And even though the former First Lady is trying to pivot to the general election and Trump, Bernie Sanders is still dogging her in a battle for California that may leave her limping into her own convention even if the nomination is in hand.