Obama to return to Florida to help Clinton get out the vote

Posted October 29, 2016

Clinton entered the final stretch of the race with a resounding cash advantage over Trump: As of last week, her campaign and Democratic partners had $153 million in the bank, more than double what Trump's side had available.

At the same time, the two Super PACs associated with Trump's White House bid have seen their fundraising start to stall out, with one of the groups reserving no broadcast or cable ads between October 20 and Election Day, according to data from ad-tracking firm SMG Delta.

She also lauded Mrs Obama's work for children and military families and in what was perhaps a nod to African-Americans she hopes will vote for her in the state, said Mrs Obama had faced challenges she had not as a presidential spouse.

The president's appearance comes a day after Clinton and first lady Michelle Obama held a joint campaign rally in North Carolina. But the main attraction was, without a doubt, the current first lady. So she is absolutely ready to be commander-in-chief on day one.

"It doesn't get any better than being here with our most awesome first lady", Clinton said.

With less than three months left as First Lady, Ms Obama is doing her best to put a woman into the Oval Office.

Just over a week out from the U.S. election, Donald Trump's vice presidential running mate Mike Pence has escaped uninjured after his private plane slid off the runway upon landing at New York's LaGuardia airport.

Meanwhile Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was campaigning in OH, a state that is absolutely critical to his chances of winning the White House.

"You could just feel the plane moving, and it was just not a natural landing that you experience", she told CNN. "It has shaken me to my core in a way that I couldn't have predicted".

"He will continue to make investments into his campaign, including in these last 11 days", Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said Friday morning on Fox News. Her campaign will also get a boost from President Barack Obama, whose national approval rating recently reached a new high.

It was a defining moment in the campaign.

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Clinton and Priorities USA, the Super PAC that supports her, have spent $360 million on all types of advertising since the beginning of the campaign, said the new reports, which covered spending through October 19.

"Our motto is, when they go low, we go hi", Mrs. Obama proclaimed on the convention stage in July.

"I think this is one case where people are paring back on their risk". Mrs Obama called Mrs Clinton "my girl" and made a point of telling the crowd they were tight.

In a January interview with CBS News, when asked whether he'd ever consider staying if a third term were permitted under the US Constitution, Obama answered he'd decline.

"I believe with all of my heart that Hillary Clinton will be that president", she said.

"I want you all to take that in because I know that there are people here who didn't vote". Her running mate, Virginia Sen. "She could probably be elected a senator from California without any trouble".

In the East Wing, Clinton dived into policy, undertook a massive project and failed under a harsh spotlight. After leaving the White House in 2001, she ran successfully for the US Senate that same year.

Acknowledging her reluctance in the political spotlight, she said, "I would not be here" if she didn't believe so strongly Clinton would be a president she would trust.

It's a tenure that bears little resemblance to her Democratic predecessor in the East Wing.

With Mrs. Obama aiming to secure her husband's legacy and Clinton needing to propel women to the polls, the two women sought to celebrate their political marriage of mutual interest, and reassure voters it's real. "I'm in awe of her always".

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