''I know you guys are excited to see her. I didn't know you guys would be excited to see me too,'' said Lebron James before welcoming Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on stage at her Cleveland rally. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton campaigns with Cleveland Cavaliers star, Lebron James in Cleveland, Ohio on Sunday (November 6). "I know you guys are excited to see her. I didn't know you guys would be excited to see me too," said James before speaking about the importance of getting out to vote. "I am just as impressed as I have told him about what he does off the court," said Clinton. "I can't tell you how exciting it is for me to have Lebron and JR (Smith) part of the team that's going to take us to the White House starting on Tuesday," said Clinton. The FBI said on Sunday it still believed no charges were warranted against Democrat Hillary Clinton after finishing its review of newly discovered emails related to her private server, lifting a cloud over her presidential campaign two days before the U.S. election. FBI Director James Comey made the announcement in a letter to Congress on Sunday, saying the agency had not changed its conclusions from July that no criminal charges were warranted against Clinton for her use of a private email server for government work. "The FBI investigative team has been working around the clock to process and review a large volume of emails from a device obtained in connection with an unrelated criminal investigation," Comey said in the letter. "During that process, we reviewed all of the communications that were to or from Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state." A law enforcement source told Reuters the conclusion closes for now the FBI probe of the former secretary of state's email practices. Comey had informed Congress of the newly discovered emails more than a week ago, throwing the race for the White House into turmoil and eroding Clinton's lead over Republican candidate Donald Trump in the final stretch before Tuesday's vote.