1. US Presidential Elections: On D-Day eve, top 5 shocking shots Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump traded

US Presidential Elections: On D-Day eve, top 5 shocking shots Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump traded

As the voting has started to elect the next President of America between the Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump, the two candidates traded barbs on each other in their final day of campaigning which the US media has termed as the 'ugliest' and the most divisive till date.

By: | Updated: November 8, 2016 5:23 PM
While Clinton was joined by husband Bill Clinton as she addressed a massive rally in Raleigh in the key battleground state of North Carolina. Trump made a last minute scheduled stop in Michigan to address thousands of his supporters. (Reuters) While Clinton was joined by husband Bill Clinton as she addressed a massive rally in Raleigh in the key battleground state of North Carolina. Trump made a last minute scheduled stop in Michigan to address thousands of his supporters. (Reuters)

As the voting has started to elect the next President of America between the Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump, the two candidates traded barbs on each other in their final day of campaigning which the US media has termed as the ‘ugliest’ and the most divisive till date. In a bid to attract every single vote, Democratic nominee Clinton and her Republican rival Trump made their last minute forceful argument before the American people with their own vision for the world’s largest economy. While Clinton was joined by husband Bill Clinton as she addressed a massive rally in Raleigh in the key battleground state of North Carolina. Trump made a last minute scheduled stop in Michigan to address thousands of his supporters hoping that he might be able to swing this state from the Democrats.

Here are the five most aggressive remarks made by the two candidates in their last address to the world’s largest economy:

1: In his final speech, Trump called the Democratic party “corrupt” and tried to impress voters by saying that his government is people oriented. “Do you want America to be ruled by the corrupt political class. Or do you want to be ruled by you, the people.”

2: The 70-year-old candidate also struck a chord of service class voters. Trump said that “Political establishment has brought distraction of factories and jobs,” h and “tomorrow the working class will strike back.”

3: Emphasising the theme of his campaign saying ‘Make America Great Again’ and criticising the policies of the ongoing government, Trump said, “We are going to be one country. We are not going to be a divided nation anymore. We will also cancel billions and billions of dollars in global warming payments to the United Nations where those payments disappear. And we’re going to use all that money to invest in the infrastructure and we could even say the environmental infrastructure of our country.”

4: The final speech of Clinton also had some sharp remarks on Trump. “Years from today, when your kids and grandkids ask what you did in 2016, when everything was on the line, I want you to be able to say that you did vote, you voted for an inclusive, big-hearted, open-minded country and a future that will make sure that we all keep moving together,” said Clinton in her bid to attract votes.

5: The 69-year-old candidate directly attacked Trump. “Because I do believe we are stronger together; and you voted for an America where we build bridges, not walls; and, maybe most importantly, you voted in great numbers to demonstrate conclusively, once and for all, that, yes, love trumps hate. Let’s get out and vote,” said Clinton.

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