Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton blasts Republican rival Donald Trump's proposal to let Japan and South Korea have nuclear weapons as ''reckless'' and ''dangerous.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Friday (May 6) blasted Republican rival Donald Trump, calling his ideas "dangerous" and "reckless". Clinton made the comments at a campaign rally in Oakland, California. "Some of what I'm hearing from Donald Trump is quite concerning, right? And what I'm hearing from him, talk about, oh let other countries have nuclear weapons. We've been trying to end nuclear weapons in the world, to try to reduce the numbers, to prevent other countries from having them. And he talks about it like it's some real estate deal, 'oh yeah, you know it's OK. We'll make a deal. They can have nuclear weapons'. That is dangerous. It is reckless," she said. Making a play on words, Clinton labeled the likely Republican nominee the "presumptuous nominee", who was not listening to voters and women. Clinton is the front-runner in the Democratic race for president, while Trump is the sole Republican candidate still in the race. The two rivals are increasing aiming their attacks at each other, giving their supporters a taste of what the general election appears likely to hold for voters.