An invigorated Hillary Clinton commanded a record crowd of more than 10,000 supporters, leaving Donald Trump floundering as America’s top elected Republican all but conceded the White House.
The former secretary of state looking to make history as America’s first woman commander-in-chief on Monday held an evening rally at Ohio State University ahead of the state’s deadline to register to vote Tuesday.
The turnout marked a record for her campaign, with Trump teetering on the precipice after damaging revelations of his lewd comments about women.
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US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a rally at Ohio State University in Columbus, on October 10, 2016 ©Timothy A. Clary (AFP)
The Clinton camp estimated the size of the crowd at 18,500, including 5,000 outside the perimeter. An AFP reporter said the number at more than 10,000.