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Trump defiant over assault boasts, targets Bill Clinton

Donald Trump dismissed his predatory remarks about groping women as "locker room talk," and took a swipe at Hillary Clinton's husband Bill over past sexual misconduct in a fiery second US presidential debate on Sunday. The Democrat Hillary Clinton, facing a deeply wounded candidate with one month to go before Election Day, pushed back by saying Trump's lewd comments, caught on a hot mic, merely showed his true self.
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