The Republican nominee did not hold a public rally during that visit. She promised to continue the policies of President Barack Obama and accused the Trump of trying to destroy Obama's legacy.
If Trump were to win Minnesota, it would be quite a shocking development.
Pence is urging Republicans in conservative-leaning western MI to "come home" to the Republican candidate to keep Clinton from shaping the Supreme Court.
Schultz says Trump's true impact could come in other races like the ones for US House.
The Trump campaign is going all out to reach evangelicals by sending video messages from Donald Trump and his Vice-Presidential pick Mike Pence to churches across the nation for viewing on this Sunday, the last before the election on November 7th.
Pence tells Michigan crowd to 'have faith'
Trump has courted working-class white voters on the strength of his own celebrity, having scared off many would-be Republican allies during a campaign marred by extraordinary gaffes and self-created crises. The agency later said that someone near the stage had shouted "Gun!" but that a subsequent apprehension of a man and search revealed no weapon.
Asked about the misinformation, Conway did not apologize, but said Trump's son was acting out of worry: "It's pretty rattling to think of what may have happened to your father". They certainly aren't casting ballots for Hillary Clinton, they said, and they aren't staying home; they plan to vote GOP down the line for other offices and especially for Senator Ron Johnson, the incumbent who is now running almost even with Democrat Russ Feinfold after trailing for much of the past year.
Trump likely needs the Bob Bruemmers of the world to come home if he has a chance at breaking through any of the Democratic-leaning states in Clinton's Midwest and Rust Belt firewall, including Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin. "I can tell you, while he's out at a campaign rally at a hangar at an airport in Minneapolis, we're going to have thousands of people out at the doors talking to voters, like we have for months". The Democratic nominee was preparing to campaign Sunday with basketball superstar Lebron James, having shared the stage Friday night with music diva Beyoncé and hip hop mogul husband Jay Z.
Perry, who hugged Clinton while wearing a purple cape bearing the words, "I'm with Madam President", shouted, "In three days, let's make history!" That's significantly more votes four days before Election Day than voted early in the 2012.
Throngs of Chicago Cubs fans expected for parade
But the Cubs' Game 7 victory in Cleveland on Wednesday broke a 108-year drought, so fans have a lot of pent-up celebrating to do. Metra spokesman Michael Gillis said the rail line is "using every piece of equipment" available to accommodate the "huge demand".