Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump listens to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during the second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri on October 9, 2016. AFP / Paul J. Richards
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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on Monday headed back to the campaign trail after a fiery presidential debate, with the Republican looking to bounce back after a weekend that crippled his White House bid.With just over four weeks to go before American voters head to the ballot boxes to choose their next commander-in-chief, the candidates traveled to swing states -- Trump to Pennsylvania and Clinton to Michigan and Ohio -- to court voters.The 68-year-old former first lady and US senator, who is vying to be America's first female president, pushed back by saying Trump's lewd comments merely showed his true self.Two separate polls showed Clinton had prevailed in the second of three presidential debates.In an extraordinary step aimed at reversing the tide of public opinion, Trump had convened a press event just minutes before the debate that included several women who accuse Bill Clinton of sexual harassment and rape -- later invited to attend the debate.Introduced by Trump as "very courageous women," the speakers included Paula Jones, a former government employee in Arkansas who sued Bill Clinton for sexual harassment, and Juanita Broaddrick, also of Arkansas, who claims that Clinton raped her in 1978 .A number of fellow Republicans also tarred Trump as undemocratic.
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