TRUMP JUMPS TO 34 POINT LEAD in CALIFORNIA After Violent Leftists and Mexicans Riot Outside Trump Rally

Hundreds of mostly Latino anti-Trump protesters bloodied Donald Trump supporters, threw rocks at cars and smashed windows on vehicles–including police cars–following a huge campaign rally by the leading Republican presidential candidate in Costa Mesa, California Thursday night.

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One Trump supporter was beaten bloody after trying to get his Trump hat back from anti-Trump goons.

Anti-Trump thugs beat windows out of cop cars and attacked Trump supporters trying to leave the rally.

Now this…
Four days after the rioting Donald Trump opened up a 34 point lead in the Golden State leading Ted Cruz 54-20% .
KSDK reported:

Donald Trump is leading Ted Cruz by a whopping 34 percentage points — 54% -20% — among likely Republican voters in California, a SurveyUSA poll for KUSA found.

That’s a significant gain for the Republican frontrunner, whose lead was only 8 percentage points in the last SurveyUSA poll a month ago. And it’s a significant loss for Cruz. The two were 40% -32% last month.

California, which holds its primary June 7, is the most delegate-rich state on the Republican primary calendar with 172 at stake for GOP hopefuls.

That makes Indiana, which will award 57 delegates after its primary Tuesday, all that much more important for Cruz if he wants to stop Trump from reaching the 1,237 delegates he needs to clinch the nomination. In the most recent poll, though, he is trailing by 15 percentage points in the Hoosier State.

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