PUERTO RICO - It's so close she can feel it. After winning Puerto Rico, Hillary Clinton is only 29 delegates away from being the first female presidential nominee.
The Democratic candidate wants to end on a high note, hoping to "finish strong" by winning the California primaries.
But Bernie Sanders is still not giving up, making sure Hillary keeps "feelin' the Bern."
On the Republican side, while Donald Trump need not worry about the primaries, he's dealing with different issues.
Trump defended his controversial comments made on federal judge Gonzalo Curiel's "Mexican heritage." Curiel is the judge overseeing the fraud case against "Trump University."
The Republican presumptive nominee said "Look, I'm building a wall, okay? . . . I'm trying to keep business out of Mexico . . . he's of Mexican heritage and he's very proud of it as I am where I come from."
Many Republican leaders say this was not a smart play. In response to these comments, Senator Mich McConnell said, "This is a man who was born in Indiana. All of us came here from somewhere else."
But Trump believes ethnicity could affect his case's outcome.
When asked if his proposal to ban Muslims from entering the U.S. would affect a Muslim judge's opinion, Trump said he believes a Muslim judge might also be biased against him
At the same time, there's this Trump tweet, about the death of Muhammad Ali. In which he calls the Muslim boxing legend a "truly great champion and a wonderful guy."
Critics are calling him hypocritical for praising Ali while making negative comments about the Muslims.
Then again, Trump is known for always changing his mind.