Bill Clinton to hit New Hampshire for Hillary's campaign
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President Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonCNN: Biden likened Clinton impeachment to 'partisan lynching' in 1998 Trump 'lynching' comparison draws backlash from lawmakers House Democrat pledges 'there will be open hearings' in impeachment inquiry MORE will hit the campaign trail for his wife's presidential bid soon after the new year, Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonThe Memo: Trump 'lynching' firestorm is sign of things to come Hillary Clinton has said she'd consider 2020 race if she thought she could win: report Nielsen on leaving Trump administration: 'Saying no and refusing to do it myself was not going to be enough' MORE's campaign announced Monday. 

"President Clinton knows that the stakes are higher than ever this election year," the Clinton campaign said in a release announcing two events in New Hampshire. 
 
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"He knows the people of New Hampshire want a president who will create shared prosperity, so that everyone has a chance at a brighter future. And, he knows Hillary Clinton is prepared to do that job."
 
GOP presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpGraham to introduce resolution condemning House impeachment inquiry Support for impeachment inches up in poll Fox News's Bret Baier calls Trump's attacks on media 'a problem' MORE this week brought up the public sex scandals surrounding Bill Clinton in the 1980s and 90s as a new weapon against Hillary Clinton.
 
"If Hillary thinks she can unleash her husband, with his terrible record of women abuse, while playing the women’s card on me, she’s wrong!" Trump tweeted Monday morning.
 
The Clinton campaign has criticized Trump's rhetoric repeatedly as both candidates increasingly train their fire on one another.
 
Bill Clinton has rarely been seen on the campaign trail so far, though aides have indicated he will be involved more. He's seen as a politician who excels at the retail politics that dominate the scene in states such as New Hampshire with early primary contests.