Trump and Clinton are hours away from the White House
Donald Trump’s campaign team has sought to allay negative views expressed overseas towards its candidate, a day before the US goes to the polls. BBC wrote on Monday.
Campaign manager Kellyanne Conway told the BBC such antipathy “doesn’t reflect why Donald Trump is running and who he would be on the global stage”.
She also attacked Hillary Clinton’s “unremarkable to chequered” record as secretary of state.
Both candidates are undertaking a blitz of campaigning in key states on Monday.
The latest opinion poll, on Fox News on Monday, gave Mrs Clinton a four-point lead, double that of Friday.
Obama told the crowd in his rally Sunday: “The fate of our democracy depends on what you do tomorrow.”
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