With a new momentum building in light of FBI's decision to re-open investigation in the alleged email scandal of his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has urged his supporters to go out and vote and "not blow up".
"In six days, we are going to win the great state of Florida and we are going to win back the White House 100 per cent," Trump,70, told thousands of his supporters at a fair ground here in Florida, the key battle ground State that has 29 presidential college votes in its kitty.
"Give us two more days, I think we are going to be anywhere. The change that you have been waiting for all your life will come in six days," he said.
Top political leaders from both Democratic and Republican parties have literally flooded Florida and are on a spree of addressing election rallies across the length and breadth of the State.
In addition to Trump and Clinton, US President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and former US President Bill Clinton are all camping in this crucial State.
Referring to the various polls that have been coming in the past few days, Trump said that he was leading in various key battleground States of Florida, Virginia, Ohio, North Carolina.
"This is your one chance to change," he said and urged his people to go out and vote.
"Go out and vote. Do not blow it up. We're on the cusp of an incredible historic change that transfers power from a failed political establishment and returns that power to our families, communities and citizens, to you. The system is rigged. We're going to change," he added.
Trump urged his supporters to show up early and vote.
"Show up early. You know, the lines are incredible. The polls are all saying we're going to win Florida. Don't believe it. Don't believe it. Get out there and vote. Pretend we're slightly behind. We don't want to blow this," he said.
Trump criticised Obama for campaigning for Clinton.
"Why is he (Obama) campaigning for Hillary Clinton, who is under federal investigation," he said, adding that Obama should instead be at the White House doing his job and preventing jobs from going out of the country.
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Democratic National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said Trump will fight for the freedom of the country and its people.
Priebus said he would fight for strong defense and conservative supreme court.
"Election is all about choices. Look at the choices that we have. We know that Hillary Clinton lies with incredible skill. We know that Donald Trump is not politically correct," he said.