U.S. President Barack Obama campaigns for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in Florida and mocks Republican rival Donald Trump's use of Twitter. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) story: U.S. President Barack Obama campaigned for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in Florida on Sunday (November 6), warning voters that all of the progress made under his administration would go "out the window" if Democrats lose the election on Tuesday. "We win this election if we win Florida," Obama said. "If we win Florida, it's a wrap. If we win Florida, it's over. So we've got to work our hearts out this week, these next two days as if our future depends on it because our future depends on it." Clinton holds a five-point lead over Republican Donald Trump in the latest Washington Post-ABC Tracking Poll released early on Sunday. In the Post-ABC poll released on Friday, Clinton led Trump by 47 percent to 44 percent. Clinton had an advantage in affirmative support, the poll said, with 55 percent of backers saying they are mainly supporting her, compared with 43 percent of Trump voters. More Trump voters say they "mainly oppose Clinton."