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Sarah Huckabee Sanders, senior advisor to the Donald Trump campaign, says that Hillary Clinton is spending the waning hours of the presidential race on negative attacks, while Trump is pushing his positive vision for America.

"I think that the choice tomorrow could not be more clear," Huckabee Sanders said on "Happening Now" today. "It's outsider versus insider ... the corrupt status quo versus change."

She said the Trump campaign still firmly believes that this is an election that is all about change, and Trump is in a great position to defeat Clinton on Tuesday.

"She's been there for 30 years. She hasn't changed anything," Huckabee Sanders said. "She's been part of the problem."

She added it's "unbelievable" that Clinton could present herself as the candidate of change after decades as a Washington insider.

"Who's going to change America? Who's going to make it safer? Who's going to create jobs? Who's going to make education better? Who's going to make life better for my kids?" Huckabee Sanders said. "I think that answer is very simple. It's Donald Trump."

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