Khizr Khan on Sunday directed several questions toward Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump official on turnout: "It's like predicting your wife's mood" A call to progressives: "Help build and own the Green Party CNN's Cooper questions "speculating" by Trump MORE about whom the Republican nominee would allow in his America".
Khan said the country needs a leader that will lead the country to a better future, pointing to Clinton.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, accompanied by actor Jencarlos Canela, right, greets people outside an early voting center in West Miami, Fla., Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016. "And on Tuesday - and on Tuesday - and on Tuesday - and on Tuesday we are going to prove America belongs to all of us".
The Clinton campaign says it is focusing on securing its firewall in the West and upper Midwest.
To do that, Clinton is pressing her case with music and sports celebrities, a strategy Trump dismissed. Khan said: "On one hand, we have Donald Trump and his policies of hate, exclusion, intimidation and division".
"There is no veto ... if the president orders a nuclear attack".
Clinton heads into Election Day favored, even as polls have shown a tightening race.
It's unclear how much Comey's Sunday announcement will mitigate damage that may have already been done from his late October declaration that the FBI was reviewing a new tranche of emails related to its investigation.
Aware that she could be declared the president-elect in less than 72 hours, Clinton seemed to getting a head start on the national group therapy session.
Clinton's team is taking no chances, which accounts for the Democratic nominee's multiple stops in MI, a blue-leaning state the campaign had considered safe. Reflecting on whether his son, as a Muslim, would have a place in Trump's America, he asked the crowd to make sure we never find out, saying, "thankfully, Mr. Trump, this isn't your America".
With the cloud of an FBI investigation lifted, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump struck strikingly different tones as they moved into the final hours of a volatile, almost two-year-long presidential campaign.
"Please keep reminding America what kind of America we want to be", he read from the note. Clinton's campaign announced that Bruce Springsteen will perform at a closing rally Monday night at which President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama will join Clinton and her husband, former president Bill Clinton. "I just have me", he told supporters in North Carolina on Saturday, "but I have my family". Vowing to be a president for all Americans, Clinton said the idea that the USA is "hopeful, inclusive, big-hearted, united" is one of the most fundamental values.