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As of today...the wait is over:
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton got some help on the campaign trail as Former President Bill Clinton made a stop in Orlando on Friday.
The 42nd president spoke to a crowd of nearly a thousand at the Florida Education Association Delegate Assembly.
At the event, which was closed to the public, Clinton talked about the current political atmosphere two days removed from the final presidential debate.
"This is such a crazy election," Clinton said. "We have got to stop the craziness of trying to bring each other down."
Friday's stop was the first of what's called the "Stronger Together" bus tour. Bill Clinton is holding four more rallies from Central Florida through the panhandle and highlighting the differences between his wife and Trump.
"In the end, you have to choose bridges over walls. That's what stronger together means," Clinton said.
Watch Bill's full speech from Orlando this morning below. He also stopped in Jacksonville today and is scheduled to appear in Panama City and Pensacola tomorrow.
By the way Mr. President, don't forget to put in some good words for future Senator Patrick Murphy along the way!