ORLANDO, Fla. – Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump held a campaign rally Wednesday afternoon in Orlando, less than a week before Election Day.
Thousands gathered at the Central Florida Fairgrounds, many of whom lined up hours before the doors were scheduled to open.
Trump and his opponent, Democrat Hillary Clinton, who held a rally Tuesday night in Sanford, are targeting undecided voters in their final push before the election.
"I look over, and people are crying, tears coming down their cheeks. I said, 'Lady are you OK?' She said, 'He's got to win. He's got to win for my grandchildren. He's got to win,'" said Dennis Abbenante, a Eustis man who has attended nine other Trump rallies. "I couldn't see myself changing my mind, but I'm still open. I'm still willing to listen to somebody that has a good argument."
"There's still a small faction out there that are on the fence," another man who's attending the Trump event said.
Trump continues to attack Clinton over emails on a private server, a case that was renewed last week by the FBI.
"She wants to blame everyone else for her mounting legal troubles, but she has really no one else to blame but herself," Trump said at a recent rally.
About 4 million people have already voted in Florida, with registered Republicans slightly outnumbering registered Democrats.
Several polls show the race continuing to tighten.
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