The electioneering witnessed exceptional rancour through of the last several months of Clinton's contest with Trump while her email scandal has seen her early two-digit lead tightened to the Election Day. This is going to be Brexit times 50, " Trump said.
Of seven recent polls, five showed Clinton ahead with two suggesting it would be a draw.
The comments were a reminder that FBI Director James Comey's news, delivered in a letter to lawmakers on Sunday, was a doubled-edged sword for Clinton. While it vindicated her claims that the emails would not yield new evidence, it ensured that a controversy that has dogged her campaign from the start would follow her through Election Day.
"Looks just like me", Trump said.
After seeing her solid lead shrink as her email woes resurfaced, Clinton appears to have retained an edge in the final days.
Each nominee had a strong message for the American people. Trump's path to victory remained narrow. He must win almost all of the roughly dozen battleground states up for grabs to take the White House. This election features two main presidential candidates who present a stark choice for the future of Nigerians in America.
In the ad, titled "Tomorrow", Clinton mentions "hard economic times" but says that she's convinced "our best days are still ahead of us if we reach for them together".
Trump - who had praised the Federal Bureau of Investigation for announcing it would review the case late last month - said Monday that Clinton is being protected by a "totally rigged" system, and "should not even be allowed to run for the presidency" at all.
All three of the biggest election-modeling sites have Clinton's chances of winning much higher than Trumps, ' but the confidence in her win varies widely.
With polls showing him trailing, Trump is frantically trying to pave the way for an upset win with stops in Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, and MI.
President Obama will campaign for Clinton in Durham on the campus of the University of New Hampshire.
Trump's campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, told reporters Sunday that Trump planned to keep up the breakneck campaign pace through Election Day.
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Stevens described how the children, the most vulnerable group of refugees in the camp , are "extremely traumatised". Some of the children who waited to register and were turned away on Wednesday are now being arrested.
After a stop there, the 70-year-old was due to fly to rallies in North Carolina, Pennsylvania and New Hampshire, before ending with a late event in MI.
In an attempt to garner the 270 electoral votes needed to win, Trump pounced on new targets in his sights in historically Democratic states including Michigan, Minnesota and New Mexico.
In Virginia on Sunday, he stoked supporters at a post-midnight rally with stock attacks on his rival, branding her the "most corrupt candidate ever to seek the office of the presidency".
"We've arrived at a moment of reckoning in this election". It really is between division or unity.
"This is a whole different ballgame", Trump said in Minneapolis, predicting victory in a state that hasn't voted Republican since 1972.
"It will be so special", Trump said early Monday in Virginia.
"We are going to have one of the great victories of all time", he said, comparing the USA election to the "Brexit" vote by The UK to leave the European Union "times 50".
Meanwhile, the Clinton campaign continues to use its huge financial advantage over Trump to press its case to swing voters on the airwaves.
"These positions informed the decision of Nigerian Union Diaspora to endorse Hillary Clinton for president a fortnight ago".
Still, Trump insisted that African-American voters are turning out in droves for him, an assessment contradicted by polls that show Trump with low single-digit support among black voters.
FBI Director James Comey sent shockwaves through the race by telling Congress on Sunday that investigators had worked "around the clock" to complete a review of newly discovered emails and found no reason to change their July finding that Clinton was not guilty of criminal wrongdoing in her use of a private email server while secretary of state.