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President Bill Clinton speaks about his crime bill to police officers at the Department of Justice, 11 April 1994, in Washington. On the campaign trail for his wife, Hillary, Bill Clinton got into an argument with protestors, who say the Clinton criminal justice reforms led to the mass incarceration of African-Americans. (Joshua Roberts//AFP/Getty Images)
President Bill Clinton speaks about his crime bill to police officers at the Department of Justice, 11 April 1994, in Washington. On the campaign trail for his wife, Hillary, Bill Clinton got into an argument with protestors, who say the Clinton criminal justice reforms led to the mass incarceration of African-Americans. (Joshua Roberts//AFP/Getty Images)
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At a campaign rally for his wife Hillary last night, Bill Clinton argued for more than ten minutes with Black Lives Matter activists, angry that criminal justice reforms passed during his presidency led to high incarceration rates among African-Americans.

Meanwhile Ted Cruz tried to explain what he meant when he criticized rival Donald Trump's "New York values," and Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders continued to trade barbs about presidential qualifications.

Univision anchor Enrique Acevedo and Washington Post politics reporter Katie Zezima talk with Here & Now's Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson about the week in 2016 campaign news.

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This segment aired on April 8, 2016.

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