File-This Oct. 5, 2016, file photo shows Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaking during a campaign rally, in Reno, Nev. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci, File)
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Hours before a critical presidential debate, a damaged but defiant Donald Trump seized on never-proved sexual allegations against Hillary Clinton's husband.Clinton has denied the allegations.More than two dozen Republican office holders have declared since Friday that they will not vote for Trump.Giuliani, as Trump had the day before, declared that the Republican nominee would never quit the presidential race.With just a month remaining before the election, Trump's task in Sunday night's debate is enormous, and perhaps insurmountable. Trump has long hinted he would raise Bill Clinton's sexual history at debates. Many went further and called on Trump to quit the race altogether.Clinton running mate Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine deflected questions about the emails and focused instead of Trump.
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