Hillary Clinton, in a speech to her supporters in Arizona on Wednesday, warned them how Donald Trump would act in the White House.
“Imagine having a president who demeans women, mocks the disabled, insults Latinos, African Americans, the disabled, POWs, who pits people against each other,” the Democratic nominee said during a rally at Arizona State University in Tempe. “We really don’t have to imagine what it would be like, because everything he has said and done — both in his career and this campaign -- is a pretty good preview.”
The Washington Post reported that, with Trump drawing closer to Clinton in recent polls, both candidates and their surrogates are making more campaign appearances than originally planned in the final days before Tuesday’s election. Money is pouring into swing states for advertising and turnout efforts.
Clinton went to Arizona because it is one of several traditionally Republican states she hopes to win. She told those who are thinking “maybe I’ll just sit this one out” to go to the polls. “Think about any issue you care about — it is on the ballot,” she said in Las Vegas on Wednesday. Meanwhile, stumping on Clinton’s behalf in other states were President Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Trump was in the crucial state of Florida on Wednesday, telling voters he still has a chance of coming from behind to defeat his opponent. The GOP vice-presidential nominee, Mike Pence, made appearances in Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado. Trump’s children spoke to crowds in five states.
Source: Washington Post
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