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Jan 4, 2016 11:33 PM

Trump - miles away from Bill Clinton's NH stop - says he'll spend $2 million on ads per week

LOWELL, Mass.- Bill Clinton campaigned for Hillary Clinton for the first time this cycle in Nashua on Monday.

He made no mention of Donald Trump after Trump called Mr. Clinton a "degenerate."

It was a different story at Trump's rally on Monday.

Hours later only, and about 20 miles away in Lowell, Mass., Trump only criticized Hillary.

Trump released his first TV ad on Monday. In what many call provocative, in the ad he reiterates that he wants to temporarily close the borders to Muslims.

You can watch the ad here.

"I feel guilty," Trump said at his max-capacity rally at the Tsongus Center. "All these people are spending all of this money. I feel a little guilty. I used to tell people, 'I spend nothing; Jeb [Bush] spends $59 million.' He's at the bottom of the barrel."

Trump vowed to spend at least $2 million on ads per week, and a reports indicate he already has spent $500,000 in the Granite State for this week.

Dozens of protesters were kicked out of the Lowell rally before Trump had even been on stage for 15 minutes.

Outside protesters were among the thousands waiting inside in 20-degree temperatures before the event began.

One protester, UNH student Erin Krawcyk, represented the 'Black Lives Matter' movement.

"His ability to make anyone who's not exactly like him feel less about themselves," she said. "I think everyone who's voting for him needs a history lesson because this happened before with Hitler and him trying mass deportations and 'ID' everybody... that's not what America is about."

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