Republican presidential candidate Trump returned to blasting Democratic rival Clinton saying, ''If Obama had to do it again, he would have never picked her, never, as Secretary of State.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
BROADCASTER: NO ACCESS. DIGITAL: NO ACCESS AUSTRALIA BROADCASTER WEBSITES. NO ACCESS ABC AMERICA, FOX, UNIVISION, TELEMUNDO, BBC AMERICA, NBC, OR THEIR DIGITAL/MOBILE PLATFORMS. U.S. DIGITAL CLIENTS MAY USE UP TO 10 MINUTES OF RESTRICTED POOL VIDEO PER DAY PER EVENT. U.S. DIGITAL CLIENTS - NO SINGLE STORY MAY CONTAIN MORE THAN FIVE MINUTES OF RESTRICTED POOL MATERIAL/U.S. DIGITAL CLIENTS - CLIPS MUST NOT BE USED AS STANDALONE PIECES, BUT MUST INCLUDE CLIENTS' OWN EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTIONS SUCH AS AUDIO, COMMENTARY, SUBTITLES/FOR NEWS PURPOSES ONLY**~ ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump returned to blasting Democratic rival Hillary Clinton on the presidential campaign trail calling her "The Queen of Corruption," and saying, "If Obama had to do it again, he would have never picked her, never as Secretary of State." At a rally in Portland, Maine Trump also told supporters, "You will have four more years of Obama if you elect Hillary Clinton." Trump also said Clinton, "would take away your rights under the second amendment," He asked, "Anyone ever seen a liar like that ever before?" Supporters of Republican Donald Trump urged him to get back on message on Thursday after a week of dropping opinion poll numbers and a war of words with ranking Republicans over his U.S. presidential campaign. Trump pledged to focus more on Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, who emerged from last week's Democratic National Convention with a lead in the polls and who has been consistently attacking Trump as temperamentally unfit for the presidency. Since formally accepting the Republican nomination two weeks ago, Trump has not been able to keep the focus on Clinton. In the past week he has gotten bogged down in a public spat with the parents of an American soldier killed in Iraq. U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan, who has endorsed Trump but has not received a reciprocal endorsement from the New York businessman in his re-election bid, told WTAQ radio host Jerry Bader in Green Bay, Wisconsin, that Trump has "had a pretty strange run since the convention."