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'You Won!' Florida Democrats Welcome Al Gore During Hillary Rally in Florida

Carmela Zoppi | 15 Ottobre, 2016, 07:59

"We can not keep sending climate deniers to Congress, to statehouses and most certainly to the White House", she said.

Clinton mentioned increased damage from last week's Hurricane Matthew due to higher sea levels.

What seemed to amuse the crowd most at Miami Dade College's Kendall Campus, however, was Gore's painful recollection of the 2000 presidential election in Florida.

"Your vote really, really, really counts", Gore said. "You can consider me as an Exhibit A". He lost the state, and the race, by just 537 votes.

Chants broke out of "you won, you won, you won".

"Please", he said, "take it from me, every single vote counts".

Mr. Gore made a decision to backup Hillary Clinton's campaign in July, announcing the endorsement on Twitter and now, the former Secretary of State hope that his long absence from politics will heighten the potency of his appearance. The two also clashed in the White House after Bill Clinton gave Hillary Clinton considerable policy responsibility, seemingly diminishing Gore's role.

LePage wants Trump to bring authoritarian power: "Sometimes I wondered that our Constitution is not only broken, but we need a Donald Trump to show some authoritarian power in our country and bring back the rule of law", Maine Gov. Paul LePage said in an interview Tuesday, reports the Huffington Post.

Gore displayed the same sort of awkward campaigning skills he did in 2000.

She added, quoting scripture: "Do not go tired while doing good. Is that what you say?"

Still, he stuck with the campaign message, imploring voters to register "today". The Florida deadline was supposed to be Tuesday, but a federal judge extended it until Wednesday because of the hurricane. "People need to understand what's at stake in this election". "I was there when he found out about it and there's no question in my mind he's embarrassed by it", Christie said on WFAN Radio in NY.

"Climate change is one of the issues where the difference between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is night and day", said Clinton spokesman Brian Fallon. They were escorted out of the arena. Another carried a printout of Bill Clinton's face with the word "RAPE".

Whoops: In the same interview, Clinton mistakenly called SC congressman Jim Clyburn as the highest-ranking African American in government, reports CNN.

It was a happy moment, and one the Clinton campaign surely appreciated. She also continued her attacks on Trump, who has called climate change a "hoax" and said he would renegotiate the Paris Climate Agreement, an worldwide treaty created to curb the rise in global temperatures.

On July 15, 2015, Clinton said she wanted to raise fees and phase out fuel extraction operating on public lands, but warned it could not be done quickly. During the primaries, they gravitated toward her opponent, Sen. Sanders and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren have been campaigning for her. "I can't mentally comprehend that".

At the rally was Miami Dade College student Adam Demayo, 24. He is not a very solid man. I guess he fires up the people who go to Alex Jones and Breitbart.

"He is the one I'm most excited about", she said. There is so much science. Marco Rubio, got to speak from the stage before Clinton arrived.

Trump was in the midst Tuesday of three consecutive days in which he has Florida stops scheduled.

"Why doesn't he ask the scientists?" she said.

After the rally was over, Clinton met privately with members of the Latin Builders Association, who endorsed a Democrat for the first time in the construction group's history.

Clinton announced her opposition during a town hall in Iowa later that month, in response to a question from the audience. She was met with a few gasps. The Democratic presidential candidate is hoping the issue will help her win over young voters who prioritize the issue but have been very slow to warm to her bid.

Flanking Clinton were former Miami Heat star Alonzo Mourning and his wife, Tracy.

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