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"We're glad that this matter is resolved", Clinton's campaign director Jennifer Palmieri told reporters aboard the 69-year-old's campaign plane.

He did however state that Palestinian incitement was a factor in making the Israeli-Palestinian conflict intractable, and repeatedly attacked Obama for his role in the Iran deal, which he dubbed as "the worst deal ever".

US stocks maintained big gains mid-afternoon Monday as election polls stabilized and forecast a win for Hillary Clinton in Tuesday's presidential election.

Trump, who sped through five rallies Monday, recalled the rivals he'd vanquished and how far he's come since launching his improbable candidacy.

Trump leads men, seniors, whites without college degrees on this final full day of campaigning before polls open tomorrow.

Late last month, Comey told Congress that Clinton's case was under new review after the FBI discovered emails potentially relevant to the investigation.

Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway predicted that Trump will win MI, telling ABC's "Good Morning America" that the campaign feels "really good" about the latest polling in upper Midwest states.

Trump served up his first response to the FBI's announcement on Sunday before a packed and rowdy crowd of supporters at an amphitheater in this Detroit suburb, where supporters cheered loudly and belted a raucous cry of "Lock her up!" We are going to win. Influential election forecaster FiveThirtyEight gave her a two to one chance of winning the 270 votes needed to claim the White House.

FBI Director James Comey updated Congress on Sunday that a new investigation into emails tied to Democratic presidential candidate Clinton would not bring any charges.

But the damage may already have been done.

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on Monday scrambled to make their final pitch to voters in the high-stakes USA presidential polls that will see the election of America's first woman President or the sensational win of a political outsider.

Opinion polls had tightened as Trump began to recover ground lost while battling accusations of sexual assault, and the race looked headed for a photo finish. Both Clinton and Trump's future lies in the hands of the voters.

"Tonight, I want to hear you roar", a smiling Clinton said before introducing Perry for a Saturday night performance in Philadelphia.

Asian and European exchanges, which had been rocked by news of the Federal Bureau of Investigation probe, surged Monday morning and Wall Street opened higher, hours after Comey's announcement. The polling will take place on Tuesday 8 November 2016.

But Democrats are anxious about Trump's strength in the Midwest - particularly in MI, which has not voted Republican since 1988.

"Hillary is the face of failure".

Following her rally in Ohio, Clinton headed to New Hampshire with Khizr Khan, the Gold Star father who delivered a stinging indictment of Trump at the Democratic convention. "It's a totally rigged system". Supporters say had he kept silent until after the election, he would have faced partisan allegations of stifling a bombshell announcement and perhaps given fuel to allegations of a "rigged" election.

After seeing her solid lead shrink as her email woes resurfaced, Clinton appears to have retained a solid edge in the final days.

Josh Brown, 33, of York County, said he'll be voting for Clinton when he casts his first ballot in Pennsylvania on Tuesday.