TRUMP: At Ohio Rally–‘You Think Hillary Would be Able to Stand Up Here for an Hour?’

Trump has a point. Do you really want a president who can’t even stand up for an hour? I guess we’ll see what Hillary will be like when she hits the road again.

Donald Trump took aim at Hillary Clinton‘s stamina during a rally in Ohio tonight, just hours after her campaign released more information about her medical history.

Even though the Clinton campaign said in a statement that the Democratic presidential candidate‘s recent physical “was normal and she is in excellent mental condition,” Trump ridiculed her health.

“You think this is so easy in this beautiful room that’s 122 degrees,” he told supporters at the Canton Memorial Civic Center in Canton, about 60 miles south of Cleveland. “It is hot. And it’s always hot when I perform because the crowds are so big. These rooms were not designed for this kind of a crowd. I don’t know folks, you think Hillary would be able to stand up here for an hour and do this?”

Trump did send his apparent well wishes to Clinton, who has remained off the campaign trail since announcing on Sunday that she was diagnosed with pneumonia.

“She’s lying in bed getting better and we want her better, we want her back on the trail,” Trump said.

As ABC News previously reported, though, Clinton is scheduled to return to the campaign trail on Thursday, with a campaign event in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Trump continued to take aim at his Democratic rival, as well as President Barack Obama, saying, “I watched Obama yesterday. Why isn’t he working instead of campaigning for Crooked Hillary? Who’s paying for that big plane coming in?”

He added, “Hillary Clinton calls people who aren’t supporting her deplorable and irredeemable. I call people who don’t support me American citizens who deserve the same respect as anyone else.”


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