CLEVELAND (AP) — Donald Trump boasts that he doesn’t need stars to fill his venues in the closing days of the presidential campaign. Maybe so, but the very people Hillary Clinton needs to shore up her campaign — millennials and minorities — appear all too happy to see her with singer Beyoncé and rapper husband Jay Z.
Standing on stage with the superstars at a free concert Friday night at Cleveland’s Wolstein Center, Clinton lavished praise on the celebrity couple and asked the thousands of cheering fans for their votes.
In Hershey, Pennsylvania, Trump told a crowded rally that they’d be seeing just him, “No guitar, no piano, no nothing.”
In a new ad, Trump tells voters they are “the only force strong enough to save our country” from a “corrupt political machine.”