On the frenzied final day of their historic fight, the two candidates are holding blow-out rallies in the handful of swing states
Hillary Clinton pledged if elected to unify a country divided by one of the bitterest presidential campaigns in American history, as she began making her closing arguments to millions of voters on Monday.
"I have some work to bring the country together," the Democratic nominee told reporters as she boarded a plane for the first of four final-day rallies before Tuesday's election.
"I really do want to be the president for everybody -- people who vote for me, people who vote against me," she said, criticizing her Republican rival Donald Trump for "these splits, these divides that have been not only exposed but exacerbated by the campaign on the other side."
On the frenzied final day of their historic fight, the two candidates are holding blow-out rallies in the handful of swing states that will decide who leads the United States.
Clinton held just a 2.2 percent lead over Trump early on Monday in a four-way race including third-party candidates, according to a RealClearPolitics.com average of polls.