Trump resumes attacks on Bill Clinton

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ABRIDGE, PA - OCTOBER 10: Republican candidate for President Donald J Trump speaks to supporters at a rally at Ambridge Area Senior High School on October 10, 2016 in Ambridge, Pennsylvania. Ambridge, Pennsylvania, named after the American Bridge Company, a steel fabricating plant that employed 60,000 workers is a traditionally Democratic stronghold, but is shifting Republican as a shrinking tax base and lost jobs having devastating economic effects on the former industrial community. (Photo by Jeff Swensen/Getty Images)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump is again trying to turn the criticism he’s received for the vulgar remarks captured in a 2005 video into an attack on how former President Bill Clinton has treated women.

At a rally Monday in Pennsylvania, Trump said Clinton was “the worst abuser of women” to ever sit in the Oval Office. He claimed the media “condemned my words” but ignored what Clinton did.

He said the “last 72 hours has framed what this election is all about.”

He said that it’s about the “American people fighting back against corrupt politicians who don’t care about anything except for staying in power.”

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