A baby lets out a squeal as Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump brings the ''future construction worker'' on stage during a rally, where he also points out signs he ''loves'' that read ''Blacks for Trump.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump campaigns in Tampa, Florida on Saturday (November 5), where he points out "Blacks for Trump" signs. "Folks living in the inner cities, crime ridden, you can't walk to the store to buy a loaf of bread, you get shot... to the African American community I say 'what the hell do you have to lose?' I'm going to fix it," said Trump. The Republican also brought a baby on stage calling him a "future construction worker." Trump kissed him on the cheek and the baby squealed. Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Trump battled over the strength of the economy in the final stretch of their race for the White House on Friday, with Clinton praising the latest U.S. jobs report and Trump dismissing it as a fraudulent disaster. With four days left in an often bitter contest that has tightened in the last week, each candidate attacked the other as unfit to be president in a late push for votes in battleground states that could decide the outcome in Tuesday's election. Clinton leads Trump by 5 percentage points, according to a Reuters/Ipsos tracking poll released on Friday, maintaining her advantage in the national survey even as the race tightens in several crucial swing states. In the Oct. 30-Nov. 3 opinion poll, 44 percent of likely voters supported Clinton while 39 percent supported Trump.