US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign rally in Tempe, Arizona, on November 2, 2016. / AFP / JEWEL SAMAD
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Hillary Clinton painted a grim picture of life under a Donald Trump presidency Wednesday, warning undecided voters as the ever tighter White House race entered its final five-day stretch.Clinton made an optimistic choice in staging a huge rally in Arizona, a swing state she hopes to poach from the Republicans, but the Democrat's tone was grim as she invited voters to envisage her defeat.Such talk -- partly supported by one poll Tuesday showing him moving slightly ahead of Clinton -- has delighted America's foes, made its allies queasy and spooked financial markets.Wednesday, the firm said 91 percent of bets now favor Trump, whose odds have narrowed.In Britain, a giant effigy of Trump wielding the head of his rival Clinton was to be burned during traditional November 5 bonfire night celebrations.An Emerson poll Wednesday had Clinton losing the state by only four percentage points, and both of its Republican senators oppose Trump, offering the prospect of a shock Clinton win.Meanwhile, Trump has raised eyebrows by campaigning in Wisconsin and Michigan, both traditionally Democratic states where polls show Clinton leading by six points or more.
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