"We are one day away from once again making history," the First Lady said.
The Boss, a staple of Democratic politics, outlined Trump's dangerous policy ideas and said: "Tomorrow, those ideas and that campaign is going down."
With 24 hours to go, the wind is at Hillary Clinton's back as she stands on the doorstep of history.
This isn't the first time there's been controversy surrounding Trump and Ryan. It likely won't be the last.
"It very well could be the Hispanic vote that saves Hillary Clinton in Florida."
CNN has obtained audio of North Carolina GOP Senator Richard Burr joking about gun owners putting a "bullseye" on Hillary Clinton.
Not even an overwhelming victory by Hillary Clinton is likely to convince Republicans that they should do their job.
With two weeks until Election Day, the Electoral College is solidifying around Hillary Clinton.
Clinton's support continues to inch closer to 50 percent as third-party leaners flock to the Democratic nominee.
According to Gallup, 57 percent of Americans believe the current president is doing a good job.
Donald Trump's unraveling presidential campaign is clearly taking a toll on down-ballot Senate races.
Clinton leads by 9 points nationally and a whopping 19 points among women.
Instead of holding her husband responsible for what he said, she blamed the media for reporting on it.
According to a tweet by CNN's Noah Gray, the crowd tried to get Trump's attention but wasn't successful.
"[Trump] didn't build this house by himself. He just slapped his name on it and took credit for it," the president said.
Sorry, Republicans, but Americans think President Obama has done a pretty good job.
Trump's first response to the Times before publishing the story wasn't denial – it was to take legal action to make sure the information wasn't reported.
Clinton has the momentum in the Buckeye State.
The GOP knows that when fewer people turn out to the polls, they have a better chance of being successful.
The Democratic nominee will have a popular outgoing president by her side to close out the campaign and bring home a victory.