While the Democratic presidential nominee, Clinton, attended election campaigns in Florida and Philadelphia, the Republican presidential nominee, Trump, met his supporters in four states.
Now, the high voltage campaign trails of both the candidates have shifted to social media.
Both Clinton and Trump have been constantly interacting with voters, before they decide to choose the next POTUS, through the micro-blogging site, Twitter.
Here we bring you few tweets:
According to a latest national opinion poll on Sunday--two days ahead of the crucial US elections--Clinton leads her Republican rival Trump by four percentage points.
The latest 'Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll' released on Sunday found that 44 per cent of the likely voters support 69-year-old Clinton while Trump is supported by 40 per cent.