Trump likely to talk about Clinton's emails at 11 a.m. speech at The Venetian

Donald Trump speaks before a packed house Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016, at The Venetian. (John Treanor | KSNV)

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will hold a rally at 11 a.m. today at The Venetian.

The doors opened at 8 a.m. for the event.

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Trump was in Phoenix Saturday as part of a West Coast campaign swing.

He is expected to attack Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton about the FBI's renewed investigation into her emails.

As for Clinton, she is greeting a group of Miami Democrats getting ready to vote early in the presidential election.

Clinton made a Sunday morning stop at a Miami restaurant where dozens of people were having brunch before heading to their polling places. She told them she wanted them to get "fueled up" for the sprint to Election Day on Nov. 8.

Clinton is spending her second day in a row in Florida, the biggest battleground prize at stake in her race against Trump.

Trump's appearance caps off a busy political weekend in Las Vegas. Vice President Joe Biden rallied Democrats on Saturday while Republican Speaker of the House Paul Ryan stumped for Nevada House hopefuls Cresent Hardy and Danny Tarkanian.

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