Clinton Promises Unity, Trump Promises Revenge

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton made their final pitches Monday evening to become the 45th president of the United States. At rival late-night rallies, Trump sold Clinton as “corrupt.” By contrast, Clinton apologized for the polarized election, calling Tuesday’s vote “the test of our time.” About 1 a.m. Tuesday, she told voters: “I want you to understand, our work together will be just beginning.” Clinton’s hopeful and unifying message stood as a juxtaposition to Trump’s promise of revenge. “Today is our independence day,” he said, in Grand Rapids, Michigan. “Today the American working class is going to strike back.” He added, “Go to bed. Go to bed right now. Get up and vote.”