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Warren Says 'Nasty Women' Will Vote for Clinton

The liberal favorite said that Trump thinks because he's wealthy "he can call women fat pigs and bimbos"

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    Hillary Clinton is joined by Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren on the campaign trail in Manchester, New Hampshire, on Oct. 24, 2016. (Published Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016)

    Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren warned Republican nominee Donald Trump that "nasty women" will come out in droves to help send Hillary Clinton to the White House. 

    Warren appeared with Clinton at a rally Monday in Manchester, New Hampshire. Warren was picking up on Trump calling Clinton "such a nasty woman" during last week's final debate.

    "Get this Donald: nasty women are smart, nasty women are tough, and nasty women vote," she said.

    "On Nov. 8, we nasty woman are going to march our nasty feet to cast our nasty votes to get you out of our lives forever," Warren added. 

    The liberal favorite sad that Trump thinks because he's wealthy "he can call women fat pigs and bimbos." 

    "He thinks because he has a mouth full of Tic-Tacs he can force himself on women within groping distance," Warren said.  

    Trump has denied allegations from 11 women that he groped them or kissed them without their consent.

    Warren said "America is angry" that Washington works for those at the top and leaves everyone behind.

    "Donald Trump is right. The game is rigged. It’s rigged for guys like Donald Trump! And I say it’s time to fight back," Warren said.

    Warren has tussled repeatedly with Republican Donald Trump on Twitter. Trump has appeared more frequently in New Hampshire, campaigning it the Granite State nearly once a week. 

    Clinton returned to New Hampshire with just about two weeks to go until Election Day. At the rally held at Saint Anselm College, Clinton called Trump out for "basically declaring defeat" before the start of the battle to retake Mosul, Iraq, from the Islamic State group.

    This is Clinton's third trip to New Hampshire since July. Clinton campaigned alongside former rival Bernie Sanders in both of her previous trips, reflecting her attempts to reach out to the supporters who propelled Sanders to a win in the February primary. 

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    New Hampshire provides four Electoral College votes. 

    The election is Nov. 8.