The two most disliked people to ever run for the presidency barnstormed across the country on election eve to make their cases before the 2016 race goes to the voters. Clothespins should be handed out at all voting sites to protect our noses, but that isn't going to happen.
While Trump vowed to make America safe and prosperous again Clinton lied that she would unite the nation she and Obama helped to divide by race, party and gender.
"Anger is not a plan," she said, as she wisely pointed out the difference between plans and emotions to her low-information fan club.
Hillary said that Donald has a "divisive vision" for America after calling half of America "a basket of deplorables." She apparently doesn't know the definition of the word 'divisive.'
Trump blamed her and Bill Clinton's policies for the loss of manufacturing jobs and promised a change if elected.
"We are going to bring back jobs that have been stolen from you," he said in North Carolina. "We're going to bring back wealth taken from this country." He didn't go into detail as to how he would do it, but, on the other hand, nobody seems to know what Clinton's policy is.
Trump began his day campaigning in Florida. Clinton began her day with lying.
Tomorrow is the big day for both candidates. Let's hope the better man wins.