In this Sept. 29, 2016, photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally in Bedford, N.H. (AP Photo/John Locher)
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Donald Trump is warning voters that a Hillary Clinton victory would bring her husband's sex scandal back to the White House.Injecting Clinton's marital troubles into the 2016 campaign was Trump's latest effort to bounce back from Monday night's debate performance, which has been widely panned as lackluster. Trump, though promising lower taxes and "jobs, jobs, jobs," has intensified the dire warnings and personal attacks that have defined his outsider presidential bid.Shortly before Trump's remarks, Clinton offered a more optimistic message to supporters in Iowa's capital city.Trump and Clinton remain locked in a tight contest.Trump has included hopeful lines in his own remarks. Trump has also assailed a 1996 Miss Universe pageant winner for her weight gain -- an incident Clinton used in this week's debate to portray Trump as sexist.Trump and Clinton meet again on the debate stage in 10 days, this time in St. Louis.Perhaps no state knows Clinton better than Iowa, where she campaigned Thursday, but she has consistently struggled to connect.
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