U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton listens as U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama (not pictured) speaks during a campaign rally in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, U.S. on October 27, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Barria/File Photo
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With five days to go until the election and time running out to sway undecided voters, President Barack Obama is stumping for Hillary Clinton Thursday in the bitterly contested must-win state of Florida.Republican Donald Trump will hold a rival rally in the city of Jacksonville just hours before Obama's event, highlighting both candidates' laser focus on Florida with the race tightening in its final days.Clinton painted a grim picture of life under a Trump presidency Wednesday as she invited voters to envisage her defeat.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.These three states offer the best chance for both candidates to cross the winning threshold of 270 out of 538 electoral college votes.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 campaigned in Wisconsin and Michigan, both traditionally Democratic states where polls show Clinton leading by six points or more.
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