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ST. CLOUD, Minn. -- Just two days before the election, former President Bill Clinton made another stop in Minnesota to stump for President Barack Obama.
On Sunday night, Clinton spoke to more than 1,000 people at a campaign rally at St. Cloud State University. He accused Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney of not being honest with voters.
"You cannot afford to have a president who will look you dead in the eye and tell you something he knows is not true to try to get an advantage over the next 48 hours until this election is over," Clinton said. "President Barack Obama would not do that."
President Clinton also stumped in New Hampshire and North Carolina on Sunday.
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