US presidential candidate Donald Trump has pleaded to people who have already voted for rival candidate Hilary Clinton, to recall their votes and cast them for him. In the short message for democratic Clinton voters Trump states that those experiencing a 'bad case of buyers remorse' should change their vote to Donald Trump and make 'America great again'.

Trump's appeal

The appeal comes just two days after the FBI obtained a warrant to reopen investigations into Clintons' emails, and those belonging to her top aide Huma Abedin. Hillary Clinton is the only person in state department history to use a private server exclusively, and it is against government protocol.

However the presidential candidate argued that her use of the personal email complied with state department regulations and federal law.Clinton also stated thatit more 'convenient' to only use one email address as opposed to two.The new emails were identifiedon a device that was seized during an unrelated investigation into former New York congressman Anthony Weiner who it was revealed was sexting an underage girl.

Weiner is the estranged husband of Clinton's top aide Huma Abedin, and it remains unclear as to whether there is a connection between the newly discovered emails, and the investigation into Clinton's emails.

Will we get an apology from Clinton?

It is hoped that most of the emails will be examined before the Election Day on November 8th, although there are fears the investigation could last for weeks since there are over 650,000 emails.

In wake of the latest scandal to surround Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump has been targeting Democratic states, riding on this unexpected boost.

On Monday Harry Reid, the Senate Democratic leader wrote a letter in which he expressed his disdain for the way James Comey, the FBI director had handled the sensitivity of the emails.

Reid also accused Comey of aiding one political party over another and said that he had 'demonstrated a disturbing double standard for the treatment of sensitive information'. Comey was also warned that he may have broken federal law by announcing the new steps in the investigations so close to the election.