President Obama stumps for Hillary Clinton in Orlando
Less than two weeks from Election Day, President Obama made a final pitch Friday for a Hillary Clinton presidency to critical millennial voters in Central Florida.
Inside a packed CFE Arena with thousands waiting outside, Obama spoke to a crowd of 9,000 people on the University of Central Florida campus, the nation's second-largest university with about 60,000 students.
"You have the chance right now to reject a divisive, mean-spirited politics that would take us backwards," Obama says, directing his comments toward young people in the room. "You have the chance right now to elect a woman— our first female president...You have a chance to shape history, so don't let that chance slip away. You've got to vote."
October 28, 2016