Several journalists on Twitter said Friday Wi-Fi was down on the plane, so the Democratic candidate's campaign pretty much heard the news when everyone else did.
"One of the interesting things I've noticed about the Clinton Campaign, they seem to do rallies on or nearby early voting sites", said Hans Hassell, an assistant professor of politics at Cornell.
"This was the first time I felt compelled to come speak out", said Terri, 57. "Growth hasn't risen above 3 % for a full year in any year of the Obama presidency", he said.
In the final stretch of a turbulent campaign, the characteristically cautious Clinton had finally begun to radiate self-assurance - even ebullience - as she made her closing arguments to voters.
It might be time for damage control. The investigation appeared to have been closed in the summer when the government elected not to prosecute her for potential mishandling of classified information, although Comey said she was "extremely careless" with her email practices. He thanked Waterloo-born Iowa wrestling icon Dan Gable, the longtime University of Iowa coach, Olympic gold medalist and West Waterloo High School graduate.
"This is not about us tonight".
"We have gaps but we are really moving and I just wanted to say that because I don't know what's going to happen now", he said.
"Hillary Clinton tried to politicize this investigation by attacking and falsely accusing the FBI director of only sending the letter to Republicans".
"We are here for those who have a voice".
He chanted "lock her up" and taunted people trickling out of the rally before the event ended.