Donald Trump has told supporters at his presidential campaign’s final rally that the United States is just “hours away from a once-in-a-lifetime change.’’ adding that “Today is our independence day,’’.
The Republican candidate said this in Grand Rapids, Michigan, a state that has been solidly Democratic for decades.
Report says the Republican Candidate sees an opportunity among Michigan white working class voters who have been hurt by the decline of the auto industry.
He added that his administration would stop the jobs from leaving America and would also stop the jobs from leaving Michigan.
“We are finally going to close the history books on the Clintons, their lives, their schemes, their corruptions,” he said of his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.
Meanwhile, with only hours to the heated U.S. presidential elections, some Republicans have exuded confidence that their nominee, Donald Trump, would win the election and not his rival, Democratic Hillary Clinton.
Some of Trump supporters who spoke to a correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in the U.S. on Monday said Clinton’s support base was fast crumbling.
According to them, the Republican nominee will win all the battleground states to be elected president of the U.S. on Tuesday.
John Fredricks, the Chairman of the Trump Campaign in the State of Virginia said Trump would get more than the required votes to become president.
He said “we are gaining on Hillary Clinton every single day and we feel very confident that by Tuesday, Trump is going to win; we are very confident about that.
“As for the Electoral College and the so-called Blue wall, it is crumbling as we speak and the Electoral College is not as they say they have it, it is a complete mess now.
“We are going to turn the table in the battleground states, including winning Virginia and get elected and Trump is going to win the election on Tuesday night,” he said.
Fredricks also said that the African-Americans and other minority groups would overwhelmingly vote for the Republican in the election.
He accused the media of painting Trump as hating African-Americans and other minority groups in the U.S., adding that the Republican nominee would get a chink of the minority votes.
“We are going to get more than 50 per cent of the African-American votes. We are going to get a high percentage of the Hispanic.
“Regardless of the way the media have painted Trump before average working-class American, Black, White, Hispanic, Indians, does not matter.”