Not surprisingly, the first lady's speech was met with cheer.
"Men of all backgrounds and walks of life agree that decent men do not demean women and we shouldn't tolerate this behaviour from any man, let alone a man who wants to be the President", Michelle said on Thursday.
Trump's allegations, Obama said, are more than just the usual standard lie.
"We have a candidate whose vision for our country is completely and utterly lacking in hope".
Referring to accusations by several women that Mr. Trump made unwanted advances, the first lady said, "Maybe that's why he demeans and humiliates women as if we're objects meant exclusively for pleasure and entertainment, rather than human beings worthy of love and respect". He also mentioned that she insinuated that the Clintons have a broken home. "I don't know if Trump has ever been to an actual polling place where you have Democrats and Republicans who are in charge of taking the votes", he said at the rally, October 20. This moment drew huge applause from the crowd. At the debate, he said he would have to wait and see what the results were. "I said that", he continued. "I thought that was really powerful".
Polls indicate that Ms Clinton has extended her lead over Mr Trump over the course of three television debates, with her rival hinting at defeat by suggesting the election is "rigged".
Republicans have an advantage in voter registration in Arizona, but a well-organized push from Democrats has narrowed the gap in the past year.
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The 24-year-old's death set off weeks of protests, including an 18-day tent encampment around the area's police precinct. Clark allegedly took control of the officer's gun and Ringgenberg told Schwarze to open fire.
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Tyler Bowyer, the chairman of the Maricopa Republican Party and a former ASU student regent for the Arizona Board of Regents, said the increasing Democratic push in Arizona will be futile. So I want you all to think about that for a minute. "It's pretty odd to see them putting resources into a state that they are never going to win". On Thursday morning, he said he would only accept the outcome if he wins.
"We have a huge event planned at ASU next week in response to the Clinton Campaign's rallies", he said. "It's good to pull to pull it toward to middle, even if you're a conservative, it's a good thing for Arizona".
In an emotional speech which went viral last week, she addressed the now infamous footage in which the Republican nominee brags about women letting him kiss and grope them because he is famous.
Despite isolated allegations of voter fraud, controversy over the tight 2000 vote and rampant gerrymandering, United States elections have been regarded as free and fair.