This file photo taken on September 26, 2016 shows Republican nominee Donald Trump (L) and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton (R) during the first presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York. / AFP / RICK WILKING /
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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton packed their schedules with last minute campaign events Sunday, two days out from an election that has gripped the world.Clinton is banking on star power to lock in her narrow poll lead, hosting back-to-back weekend pop concerts with Beyonce and Katy Perry and booking a date with President Barack Obama.The latest major survey, the ABC/Washington Post tracker released early Sunday gave a Hillary a five percentage point 48-43 lead.In the latest sign of the mounting tension and ugly mood of the campaign, Trump was briefly hustled off stage in Reno, Nevada, Saturday in a false gun scare.Mook dismissed suggestions that Clinton is bidding to shore up her crumbling firewall in the north, and predicted she would overturn Trump's opinion poll lead in Florida.Clinton still enjoys a narrow nationwide advantage, a 2.1 percentage point lead according to a poll average by tracker RealClearPolitics.But the election will be won or lost in the U.S. electoral college, and perhaps a dozen states are in play. Polling and anecdotal evidence suggests that Clinton supporters, in particular previously underrepresented Latino voters, have come out strongly in Nevada and Florida.But Trump gets big and enthusiastic crowds at his rallies.
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