This combination of pictures created on November 03, 2016 shows US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in Sanford, Florida, on November 1 and US Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump in Warren, Michigan on October 31. With less than 24 hours until voting day, it was unclear whether the Democrat could convert into electoral gain the announcement Sunday that the FBI had cleared her again of wrongdoing over her email use.
This combination of pictures created on November 03, 2016 shows US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in Sanford, Florida, on November 1 and US Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump in Warren, Michigan on October 31. With less than 24 hours until voting day, it was unclear whether the Democrat could convert into electoral gain the announcement Sunday that the FBI had cleared her again of wrongdoing over her email use. JEWEL SAMAD AFP/Getty Images
This combination of pictures created on November 03, 2016 shows US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in Sanford, Florida, on November 1 and US Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump in Warren, Michigan on October 31. With less than 24 hours until voting day, it was unclear whether the Democrat could convert into electoral gain the announcement Sunday that the FBI had cleared her again of wrongdoing over her email use. JEWEL SAMAD AFP/Getty Images

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