"Vote as soon as you can", Clinton told the crowd before ceding the podium to her surrogate. He faces a sizable fundraising deficit that could cripple his last-ditch electoral efforts.
On Thursday, Hillary Clinton held her first joint rally with Michelle Obama.
"She is absolutely ready to be commander in chief on day one - and, yes, she happens to be a woman", the first lady said, rattling off her counterpart's resume to thunderous applause.
The present first lady praised the former first lady during her speech at Wake Forest University, and said there is only one clear choice in this year's election.
After the rally, Clinton drove to Greensboro, where she greeted students at an early voting site at University of North Carolina-Greensboro.
"We should just cancel the election and just give it to Trump, right?" he said.
First Lady Michelle Obama speaks at the "Mobilizing for Children's Rights, Supporting Local Leaders and Improving Girls' Education" event at the Brookings Institution on December 12, 2014 in Washington, DC.
The audience roared as the two women walked onstage, turned to each other and embraced, the first lady towering over the shorter candidate.
Band wrote the 2011 memo to defend his firm, Teneo, describing how he encouraged his clients to contribute to the foundation and provide consulting and speaking gigs for Bill Clinton. The Obamas insisted then that it was a comment about their own family, seeking to explain how they balanced politics with the raising of their daughters.
"This candidate calls on us to turn against each other, to build walls, to be afraid", Obama said. They tried to make it amusing but plenty of the jokes bombed, and some even earned scattered boos.
"Seriously, is there anyone more inspiring than Michelle Obama?" "I would not be here lying to you: I believe with all of my heart that Hillary Clinton will be that president", she added.
"I'm a throw-the-bums out guy", said Dale, a self-employed consultant running for the Monroe Public Schools board. She had an office in the West Wing, took over the health care overhaul effort and ultimately became a target of investigations and criticism alongside her husband. Reporter: Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama before a packed house in North Carolina. Both Clinton and Mrs. Obama on Thursday revived a line from her DNC speech - "When they go low, we go high" - turning it into a call and response.
"These people are among the most dishonest in the world - the media", Trump said to a roaring crowd. The emails were among thousands stolen from the private account of a top Clinton aide, part of a hacking the Democratic campaign has blamed on the Russians. "If the Clintons were willing to play this fast and loose with their enterprise when they weren't in the White House, just imagine what they'll do in the Oval Office".
Obama will be in Orlando today on Clinton's behalf; the Donald Trump campaign issued a statement on the visit from Rep. Joe Gruters, vice-chair of the Republican Party of Florida.
The hacked emails, as well as recent news of an "Obamacare" premium hike, have appeared to hand Trump a pair of potent gifts in the campaign's final fortnight. While he had routinely given about $2 million a month, as of Wednesday, he'd covered $33,000 in October campaign costs, giving nothing more and putting him $44 million short of the $100 million overall he has repeatedly vowed to give.