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Clinton, Trump in final weekend scramble for votes

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Clinton, Trump in final weekend scramble for votes

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>> We do it the old fashioned way. We do it the old fashioned way, folks.
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At a stop in Miami Saturday, Trump quickly taking a dig at the star power, sharing the stage at Clinton's events.>> We don't need Jay Z to fill up arenas you know.>>
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We fill them up because you love what we're saying, and you wanna make America great again.
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>> Trump referencing a concert Friday in Ohio, rapper Jay Z and wife, Beyonce, headlining a get out the vote effort aimed at getting more blacks, Latinos and young people to vote for Clinton. There's been some concern in the Clinton camp, amid news reports, that early voting among blacks, a democratic stronghold, is lower than it was in 2008 and 2012.
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A solo Trump noticeably missing a key player on his team Saturday. Chris Christie keeping a low profile after two former associates were convicted in the Bridge Gate scandal. Meanwhile Clinton chose to focus her energy on Pennsylvania and Florida.>> I don't think I need to tell you all of the wrong things about Donald Trump.
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But here's what I want you to remember, I want to be the President for everybody. Everybody who agrees with me, people who don't agree with me, people who vote for me, people who don't vote for me.>> Clinton not letting a downpour stop her as the race tightens in several key states.
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But she still has the edge, according to the latest Reuters Ipsos national poll ahead of the weekend, continuing to give her a five percentage point lead over Trump.