As Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton campaigned in Florida on a busy Wednesday trying to drum up support in the battleground state, she included in her attacks on Donald Trump an imitation of her Republican rival lurking behind her at the second presidential debate, The Washington Post reports.
Clinton did the impression during a campaign stop in Lake Worth as she recalled going up against him during the three debates.
"No matter what he did, no matter what he said, no matter how he stalked me and lurked over me," Clinton said, as she hunched up her shoulders and moved back and forth on the stage, "I just kept thinking about what [first lady] Michelle Obama said, 'When he goes low, we go high.'"
The Sun Sentinel reported that Clinton, who was celebrating her 69th birthday, told the supporters, "We can't afford to take our foot off the gas for even one second," as two conflicting polls were released on Wednesday, one which had Trump ahead by two percentage point and another that had Clinton in the lead 46 percent to 43 percent.
Clinton also urged at the rally for the public to cast their ballots in the middle of the first week of early voting.
In her attacks against Trump, she listed all the groups that have been insulted by him during the campaign.
"Now his final target is democracy itself," Clinton said, referring to the GOP nominee's refusal to say that he would accept the results of the election if he lost.
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