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|vWith four days to go until the election and time running out to sway undecided voters Benardrick McKinney Limited Jersey , President Barack Obama is stumping for Hillary Clinton on Thursday in the bitterly contested must-win state of Florida.
Republican Donald Trump will hold a rival rally in the city of Jacksonville hours before Obama's event, highlighting both candidates' laser focus on Florida with the race tightening in its final days.
Clinton painted a grim picture of life under a Trump presidency as she invited voters to envisage her defeat.
"Imagine it is January 20, 2017 and imagine that it is Donald Trump standing in front of the Capitol," she told a 15,000-strong crowd in Tempe, Arizona, triggering a chorus of boos for her Republican opponent.
"Imagine that he is taking the oath of office and then imagine that he is in the Oval Office making the decisions that affect your lives and your future," she said.
Clinton painted a picture of Trump as a president who demeans women, exacerbates racial divisions and is so thin-skinned and unpredictable that he could "start a real war instead of a Twitter war."
The note of caution was echoed by Obama, who warned voters that America's very future was at stake.
"The fate of the republic rests on your shoulders," he declared in North Carolina, one of a handful of swing states where the race will be decided.
"The fate of the world is teetering and you, North Carolina, are going to have to make sure that we push it in the right direction," Obama declared.
The 70-year-old Republican, by contrast, treated supporters in Florida to a now familiar tirade, predicting Clinton's downfall and vowing to "drain the swamp" of corruption in Washington.
Appearing at a triumphal rally in Pensacola, Trump also highlighted his need to stay on message and avoid the self-inflicted gaffes that have marred his White House run.
"Nice and cool. Right? Stay on point Donald, stay on point. No sidetracks Donald, nice and easy," he said.
Trump boasted that many opinion-makers and voters are now flocking to his standard. "We're only left with one person, crooked Hillary Clinton."
Such talk - partly sup showing him moving slightly ahead of Clinton - has delighted America's foes, made its allies queasy and spooked financial markets.
There's barely a week that goes by nowadays without another perceived crisis at Old Trafford and Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho making headlines and this week was no exception. In a period that saw his side travel to Turkey to take on Fenerbahce, and lose, in the Europa League before travelling to Swansea on Sunday in the Premier League, the Portuguese coach was left ruing injuries to his players.
More accurately he was -ruing his players' attitude to their injuries. In particular England internationals Chris Smalling and Luke Shaw had their commitment to the cause questioned, which meant that United turned out a makeshift back four of Ashley Young and Matteo Darmian at fullback, with the returning Phil Jones and left back Marcos Rojo in the middle.
Mourinho was clear, and very public, in his contempt of the missing England pair and that they would need to change their attitude in the future. By contrast he praised Paul Pogba for playing through a dead leg that saw him subbed off in -Istanbul.
Playing through pain and putting your body on the line, Mourinho argued, was necessary in top-level sport, adding that he considered it cultural. It's no small irony that a foreign coach is criticizing English players for their unwillingness to play given the history of English soccer.
Plenty of players in the past have received cult status for their exploits while injured. In the days before substitutes, Manchester City goacgame in which he had earlier broken his neck making a save; Bolton Wanderers left-half Eric Bell - a former Busby Babe who Sir Matt Busby described as the only player he misjudged - scored in the "Matthews Final" long after he had torn his hamstring in the 18th minute.
Even Mourinho can't expect that kind of commitment these days but you can understand the frustration for managers who want players that would run through brick walls for them, as the cliché goes, and instead have players who rule themselves out.
It doesn't do the individuals any favors with the peers in the dressing room. As The Secret Footballer wrote in the Guardian, players who fake an injury - or "throw one in" as footballers refer to it - are never treated the same by those who want nothing more than to be out on the pitch on a Saturday.
The attitude that Mourinho has accused Shaw and Smalling of is not new, though. Mourinho's predecessor Sir Alex Ferguson questioned both Owen Hargreaves and Louis Saha for their mental fortitude and willingness to put their bodies on the line for his side. Tellingly, both left Old Trafford quite quickly.
Shaw has only recently returned from a serious injury but that is obviously not a concern for his manager. It is his culture that rules the dressing room now and some of his players clearly still need to adapt.
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