Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 2.2 points (44.5% to 42.3%) in the four-way race going into the final hours of the US presidential election.
As election day approaches, the FBI ended its probe into a new batch of emails relating to Clinton without charge, but daughter, Chelsea is copping criticism for using funds from her family's charity. Trump continues to narrow the gap in key swing states, despite reports his wife worked illegally before receiving a visa.
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It's been a crazy campaign and both candidates aren't showing any signs of slowing up. Respected pollster and editor of FiveThirtyEight, Nate Silver reckons Clinton is "about a two-to-one favourite" meaning Trump at 5.00 odds with Bet365 certainly looks like overs.
In a late boost for Clinton, FBI Director, James Comey concluded no charges are warranted regarding newly discovered emails relating to the former Secretary of State. But has the damage already been done?
Meanwhile, Trump continues to talk about the election being rigged and (unsurprisingly) questioned the legality of early voting in Nevada. The billionaire also got the endorsement he's been long after when mystical Chinese monkey, Geda predicted a big win by The Donald.