Springsteen, Lady Gaga Make Final Push for Clinton as Trump Says He Didn't Need Celebs
On Monday, the candidates went on a marathon campaigning blitz until the early hours of Tuesday as they were breezing in and out of multiple swing states.
In Philadelphia more than 3,200 people gathered to hear Bruce Springsteen perform at a Hillary Clinton rally.
"The choice tomorrow couldn’t be any clearer. Hillary’s candidacy is based on intelligence, experience, preparation and of an actual vision of America where everyone counts," Springsteen told the crowd. "Men and women, white and black, Hispanic and native. Where folks of all faiths and backgrounds can come together to address our problems in a reasonable and thoughtful way. That vision of America is essential to sustain, no matter how difficult its realization."
President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama urged people to get out and vote in New Hampshire. Lady Gaga joined Jon Bon Jovi to stump for Clinton in North Carolina.
Gaga, who wore an outfit that Michael Jackson donned during his White House visit in 1990, told supporters: “Hillary Clinton is made of steel. Hillary Clinton is unstoppable. Ladies and gentlemen, why don’t you put your voting shades on, practice your walk to the polls, and vote for Hillary Clinton. I think it’s time to come to mama.”
Madonna rallied for Clinton in a surprise concert in New York City's Washington Square Park. The singer took to Instagram to show her support.
Donald Trump spoke to supporters in Michigan and took a dig at Clinton’s celebrity endorsements.
“We don't need Jay Z or Beyoncé. We don't need Jon Bon Jovi. We don't need Lady Gaga. All we need is great ideas to make America great again,” he said.