DECISION DAY: Trump tells US voters to ‘deliver justice at the ballot box’ in final push
Speaking in Philadelphia on Sunday night, Mrs Clinton said the election was a crossroads that was not just about her and Mr Trump.
She said: “Our names may be on the ballot but make no mistake: Everything you care about, everything that I care about and I have worked for is at stake.
“This election is about doing everything we can to stop the movement to destroy President Barack Obama’s legacy.”
At a rally in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Mr Obama appeared alongside Mrs Clinton’s daughter Chelsea who has herself been in the spotlight recently over the funding of her wedding in 2010 to banker Marc Mezvinsky and its alleged connection to the Clinton Foundation charity.
Mr Obama said that Mrs Clinton, as a former Secretary of State, was the “most qualified person” to run for the Presidency while businessman Mr Trump was “uniquely unqualified”.