UPDATE 8:16 p.m.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump made one final push for votes Monday night in the final hours before the presidential election.
The Democratic nominee continued her campaign push in Philadelphia, where she was joined by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, musicians Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi, along with her husband Bill and daughter Chelsea.
Earlier on Monday, Obama campaigned for Clinton in New Hampshire. He said to a crowd there, "You can elect a leader trying to move this country forward, our first female president, a president who will be an example to our daughters and our sons."
Meanwhile, Donald Trump continued his busy day, making a final push in Manchester, New Hampshire, where he was joined by Mike Pence.
Throughout the day the Republican nominee repeatedly painted himself as the candidate for change.
"Hillary is the face of failure. She's the face of failure. She's the face of failed foreign policy," Trump said. "...Real change begins immediately with the repealing and replacing of the disaster known as Obamacare."
WATCH | Trump makes his final push for votes Monday in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Trump's last stop of the night is in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Both candidates will be in New York City for election night.
It's the Monday before one of the most polarizing -- and long-winded -- U.S. presidential elections in years. (Congratulations, you've almost made it!)
The candidates will both be darting across the country to make their last-minute pitches, shake some hands and kiss some babies.
Here's what's gone down:
WATCH | Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton speaking to supporters in Pittsburgh on Monday implored voters to get to the polls. To a coal miner, she said, "I know how hard times are... I will not forget you."
WATCH | Meanwhile, Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump told supporters in Florida they were part of "the single greatest movement, politically speaking, in the history of this country" and that he's ready to "make America great again."
If at first you don't succeed...
Newsweek reporter Kurt Eichenwald went on a tweetstorm listing all of Trump's business failures. Some of the flops are:
- Trump Mortgage
- Trump Steaks
- Trump Vodka
- Trump University
- Trump Shuttle
- Trump Financial
He was at 64 tweets last we checked.
WATCH | Clinton also told voters that in order to "overcome our problems," as a country the U.S. needs to come together and start talking to each other.
WATCH | Meanwhile, Trump called out music power couple Jay Z and Beyonce for using "filthy" language at a Clinton rally over the weekend. He even went as far as to say he draws bigger crowds than the celebrities.
He must not know the Beygency.
Why you won't see much of Trump on Twitter
Per the New York Times, Trump's Twitter privileges were taken away in the days leading up to the election to help the candidate narrow his lead on Hillary Clinton.
Trump has been known for his colorful commentary and rants on the micro-blogging site. The result, the Times says, has been "robbing Hillary Clinton of her most potent weapon: Mr. Trump’s self-sabotaging eruptions, which have repeatedly undermined his candidacy."
The Verge notes the last tweet sent from Trump's Android phone was on Saturday.
WATCH | Both candidates pushed out ads on the final day of the campaign to boost their chances. Here's Clinton's "Tomorrow" ad, in which she lays out what's on the line in the ballot box: the kind of country America will be in the future.
WATCH | And this is Trump's latest ad, dubbed "Trump's Argument for America." The argument? A vote for him is a vote against "the establishment," which he claims is the culprit behind the country's many woes.
So you wanna move to Canada, eh?
Chances are you know at least one person who has said they plan to move north if the election goes south (regardless of what that looks like to them). And new data from job search site Monster Worldwide shows your friends aren't kidding.
Forbes reported the data, which reveals that in the last year alone, the number of Americans looking for jobs in Canada has jumped 58% compared to a year ago.
WikiLeaks was possibly hit with a DDoS attack
After releasing what it called a "major" Democratic National Convention leak, WikiLeaks said it had been hit with a DDoS attack.
WikiLeaks has released thousands of emails it claims are from the DNC and Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta. The organization called the Monday morning attack "rare."
The FBI isn't changing course on the Clinton emails
After reviewing newly discovered emails, FBI Director James Comey announced his agency would stick with the agency's earlier stance that Clinton would not face charges.
Trump's campaign was not pleased -- the GOP presidential nominee's communications advisor went as far as to call the Clintons "shady."
U.S. stock markets kicked the week off on a high note after the FBI cleared Clinton.
And as far as polling goes, with one day to go, Clinton is still in the lead, but Trump has narrowed the gap over the weekend.
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