Clinton supporters fired up after Philadelphia rally, concert

Laura Christensen
November 7, 2016

The popular leader of the pro-independence Scottish National Party says in a Sunday Mail column that she "fervently hopes" Clinton will best Republican rival Donald Trump in Tuesday's USA presidential vote.

Clinton will be back in town Monday night with President Obama and Jon Bon Jovi.

Democrat Hillary Clinton is scheduled to take the stage with pop singer Katy Perry on Saturday evening - the latest in a string of free concerts organized by her campaign to drive supporters to the polls in critical battleground states.

Perry wore her endorsement for Clinton across a blue Prabal Gurung cape she wore at the event. Well-known celebrity supporter, Katy also performed at the show in a last minute set to get voters out to the polls on November 8.

On Saturday, Clinton also held a phone conference call with Sen. "But I think we got the vote".

Trump mocked the star-studded performance at a rally in Tampa, Florida on Saturday, telling the packed audience that he didn't need Jay Z and J. Lo (Jennifer Lopez, who performed for Clinton in Miami last week) to fill arenas.

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But, first. Let's talk about Katy Perry's coat.

"I love the message", Hillary said of the song.

On Friday night, Clinton was on stage with rapper Jay Z and his superstar wife Beyoncé in Cleveland, Ohio. "I am here all by myself".

According to Variety, another A-lister at the event was TV hitmaker Shonda Rhomes, a longtime Clinton supporter. "Just me. No guitar, no piano, no nothing". "I'm hoping you make sure you tell everyone you know to come out and vote".

"It's OK to have fun and change the world, right?" said Perry before launching into a mini-concert that started with her song "Roar" and ended with her anthemic "Firework".

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