Photos: President Obama Campaigns For Hillary Clinton At UCF

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Sarah Noureddine (left), Valery Escrich and Aasiyeh Alli identify as Muslim, Hispanic and Indian, respectively. They said they feel strongly against Trump's rhetoric toward minorities. ''He hates everyone. He's taking away the diversity that makes America America,'' Noureddine said. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Sarah Noureddine, left, Valery Escrich and Aasiyeh Alli identify as Muslim, Hispanic and Indian, respectively. They said they feel strongly against Trump’s rhetoric toward minorities. ”He hates everyone. He’s taking away the diversity that makes America America,” Noureddine said. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Rally-goers hold up letters to encourage people to go vote. President Obama urged millenials to go to the polls during his speech. "Young people, let me say this—you have the chance right now to reject mean-spirited politics that takes us back. You have the chance to shape history. Don't let that chance slip away," Obama said. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Rally-goers hold up letters to encourage people to go vote. President Obama urged millenials to go to the polls during his speech. “Young people, let me say this—you have the chance right now to reject mean-spirited politics that takes us back. You have the chance to shape history. Don’t let that chance slip away,” Obama said. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Nyles Carter (left) and Brian Broadwell, students at Flagler University in St. Augustine, FL, said they went to the Donald Trump rally in St. Augustine Tuesday to get an unbiased look from both sides. “The Trump rally was not culturally diverse. We feel more at home here,” Broadwell said. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Nyles Carter, left, and Brian Broadwell, students at Flagler University in St. Augustine, FL, said they went to the Donald Trump rally in St. Augustine Tuesday to get an unbiased look from both sides. “The Trump rally was not culturally diverse. We feel more at home here,” Broadwell said. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
A protester shouts during President Obama’s speech, causing a scene before security officers escorted him out of the rally. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
A protester shouts during President Obama’s speech, causing a scene before security officers escorted him out of the rally. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Rally-goers take photos and videos with their phones as President Obama enters the arena. About 9,000 people attended the rally. Thousands remained outside after the arena reached its capacity. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Rally-goers take photos and videos with their phones as President Obama enters the arena. About 9,000 people attended the rally. Thousands remained outside after the arena reached its capacity. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
President Barack Obama campaigns for Hillary Clinton at the University of Central Florida CFE Arena on Friday, 10 days before Election Day. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
President Barack Obama campaigns for Hillary Clinton at the University of Central Florida CFE Arena on Friday, 10 days before Election Day. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
President Obama speaks to the crowd at CFE Arena, urging people to vote for Hillary Clinton for president and Patrick Murphy as senator to continue his legacy. He attacked Marco Rubio for continuing to endorse Donald Trump. "If you run for office on family values, you should've walked away months ago from someone who calls women pigs, dogs, or rates women not on the content of their character but on a scale from one to 10," he said. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
President Obama speaks to the crowd at CFE Arena, urging people to vote for Hillary Clinton for president and Patrick Murphy for senator to continue his legacy. He attacked Marco Rubio for continuing to endorse Donald Trump. “If you run for office on family values, you should’ve walked away months ago from someone who calls women pigs, dogs, or rates women not on the content of their character but on a scale from one to 10,” he said. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Amy Coiro (left), Louise Villinger, and Jane Clayman wear their “nasty women” shirts. “We just want a good, fair election and make the best woman win,'' Clayman said. Clinton supporters have turned Trump's "nasty woman" insult to Clinton at the last debate into a feminist catchphrase. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Amy Coiro, left, Louise Villinger, and Jane Clayman wear their “nasty women” shirts. “We just want a good, fair election and make the best woman win,” Clayman said. Clinton supporters have turned Trump’s “nasty woman” insult to Clinton at the last debate into a feminist catchphrase.
(Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Rep. Patrick Murphy, who is running to represent Florida in the U.S. Senate, smiles at the crowd of supporters after his speech on stage. He shook hands with several supporters and took selfies with them. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Rep. Patrick Murphy, who is running to represent Florida in the U.S. Senate, smiles at the crowd of supporters after his speech on stage. He shook hands with several supporters and took selfies with them. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Jamie Norman, left, 22, and Elizabeth Peitz, 22, said Donald Trump supporters don't think about how Trump would ''make America great again.'' “We need to make America think again, not just great again,” Peitz said. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Jamie Norman, left, 22, and Elizabeth Peitz, 22, said Donald Trump supporters don’t think about how Trump would ”make America great again.” “We need to make America think again, not just great again,” Peitz said. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Senait Williams dances with a “Love trumps hate” sign as her family waits in line to enter CFE area. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Senait Williams dances with a “Love trumps hate” sign as her family waits in line to enter CFE area. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Alexa Regelmann signs a form to support decriminalization of marijuana. She said security officers escorted her out of a Donald Trump rally for taking a photo flipping off Trump and videotaped the whole experience. “My whole family posted the video on Facebook. It was a big event for us,” Regelmann said. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Alexa Regelmann signs a form to support decriminalization of marijuana. She said security officers escorted her out of a Donald Trump rally for taking a photo flipping off Trump and videotaped the whole experience. “My whole family posted the video on Facebook. It was a big event for us,” Regelmann said. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Kalyani Hawaldar, 22, a graduate student at the University of Florida, captures a video of President Obama during his speech. “It’s been one of my dreams to hear him speak,” she said. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Kalyani Hawaldar, 22, a graduate student at the University of Florida, captures a video of President Obama during his speech. “It’s been one of my dreams to hear him speak,” she said. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Joshua Velez, left, 18, and Ryan Boldin, 20, hold up signs referencing Harambe the gorilla and SpongeBob SquarePants. ''We're just trying to bring humor to the tension,” Velez said. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)
Joshua Velez, left, 18, and Ryan Boldin, 20, hold up signs referencing Harambe the gorilla and SpongeBob SquarePants. ”We’re just trying to bring humor to the tension,” Velez said. (Rachel Wang/WUFT News)

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Rachel is a reporter for WUFT who can be reached by calling 352-392-6397 or emailing rachelnim@ufl.edu.

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