In debate, Trump signals aggressive end to presidential bid
WASHINGTON - Donald Trump is leaving no doubt that he'll spend the election's final weeks dredging up decades-old sexual allegations against Hillary Clinton's husband, even if it turns off voters whose support he desperately needs.
Faced with questions in Sunday's debate about his own predatory remarks about women, Trump accused Bill Clinton of having been "abusive to women" and said Hillary Clinton attacked those women "viciously." He declared the Democratic nominee had "tremendous hate in her heart."
Clinton tried at times to take the high road, glossing over Trump's charges and accusing him of trying to distract from his political troubles.
Indeed, Trump entered the debate facing enormous pressure from the Republican Party and even his own running mate.
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