>> The other good news is, you don't just have to vote against this guy. You have a candidate who's actually worthy of your vote.>>
>> Ginger Gibson is on the story.>> Melania Trump followed the first key rule of being a surrogate, which is do no harm. Melania did offer a little bit of insight as to what she would be like as the First Lady. Saying her primary issue would be stopping internet bullying, and that she would approach the issue of how to make social media a little nicer.
As Trump blazes for a second day through all-important Florida, his former-model wife making her first solo appearance of the general election in the wealthy suburbs of Pennsylvania.>> He loves this country, and he knows how to get things done, not just stuck. He certainly knows how to shake things up, doesn't he.
>> Just make sure that you go out there and you vote.>> President Obama, meanwhile fired up like it's 2008 all over again in Miami, pumping up a college crowd and pleading to them to get out there and vote.>> Donald Trump is uniquely unqualified to be president.
We gotta work our hearts out this week.>> Why isn't he back working? He's campaigning every day.>> Trump drawing praise from Republican backers for finally heeding the advice to stay on message over the past week, even joking about it Wednesday night at a rally in Pensacola.>> All right, stay on point Donald, stay on point!
>> No side tracks, Donald, nice and easy.>> This is a long stretch of on message for Donald Trump. A lot of the criticism within the Republican party about the way that Trump was running this campaign, was that when headlines were bad for Hillary Clinton, instead of stepping aside and letting her deal with the negative fallout, Trump wanting to seize the headline back would often go off message to get that attention.
After the FBI revealed they're re-looking into Hillary's email servers, he has surprised many by staying on message and letting the focus remain on Hillary Clinton.>> The tempo accelerating as the campaign's final days come into focus. The Clinton team announcing Obama and his wife, Michelle, will join Hillary Clinton, her husband former President, Bill Clinton, and daughter Chelsea at a rally together on election eve in Philadelphia.
Both Clinton and Trump plan to spend election night at dueling victory parties blocks apart in New York City.