Trump rallies supporters in Scranton before election

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In the final sprint to the finish line, Donald Trump logged more than 2,000 miles Monday, visiting five state in 12 hours - Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Michigan and New Hampshire - where he was joined by his family.

In the final sprint to the finish line, Donald Trump logged more than 2,000 miles Monday, visiting five state in 12 hours - Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Michigan and New Hampshire - where he was joined by his family.

"I've been reading about all of these surrogates going all over for Hillary Clinton, but I had my family. I had the best surrogates of all. They were all over," said Trump.

Just before that he spoke in front of an electrified crowd in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and gave a speech filled with a heavy dose of confidence.

"We're going to have a great victory tomorrow folks. We're going to have a great victory. They have no idea," said Trump.

And a dire warning to his supporters.

"Hillary Clinton supports totally open borders, there goes your country," said Trump.

The real estate tycoon reassured followers he's leading in most battleground states, though national polls show him trailing closely behind Clinton.

"I'll tell you they're going a little crazy because we are leading in Ohio," said Trump.

Trump once again knocked his opponent for her celebrity endorsements, accusing her of relying on them for larger rally turnouts.

"She can't get anybody to go to her rallies so she gets Jay-Z," said Trump.

Still, big crowds or not, Trump minced no words as he reminded his followers that a presidential win requires more than jam-packed rallies.

"Is everybody going to vote tomorrow?" said Trump.
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