Transcript for Donald Trump Plans to Take Iowa by Storm and a Possible Game-Changer for the Democrats
We're going to turn now to the race for 2016, Donald Trump taking a decisive lead in the polls in Iowa now and making a decisive move on the ground in some early voting states as we get word of a possible curveball for Hillary Clinton. Could Al gore be getting ready to run again. ABC's chief white house correspondent Jonathan Karl tonight. Reporter: Donald Trump plans to take Iowa by storm this weekend, taking the trump helicopter right to the state fair, even promising free helicopter rides for kids. Ladies and gentlemen, president of the United States, Donald Trump! Reporter: Tonight ABC news has learned trump is beefing up his campaign, hiring ten staffers in Iowa, several more in New Hampshire and south Carolina and more coming in Nevada. He's also facing new attacks from his rivals, the latest Rand Paul using trump's own past statements to suggest he's not really a republican. I probably identify more as a democrat. And it just seems that the economy does better under the democrats. Liberal on healthcare. We have to take care of people who are sick. Hillary Clinton is a terrific woman. I'm biased because I've known her for years. The reason I tell women they're ugly is because I'm so good looking. Everybody knows that, right? Reporter: Trump is shrugging it all off. I said, Rand, I've had you up to here. Jon Karl with us live. We're also getting late word that Hillary Clinton will be getting some new competition? Reporter: Here's what we know. Former vice-president Al gore, some of his former advisors have begun meeting to discuss the fees Ith of a gore presidential campaign. These are preliminary discussions I am told, David. Gore has taken no concrete steps towards running but he is definitely not ruling it out. This could get very interesting. Jon, thanks. We are also following new
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