Donald TrumpDonald TrumpMaher to media: ‘Get serious again’ The resurrection of the U.S.-Egyptian partnership Fake news? What about Trump’s fake promises? MORE says Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonMaher to media: ‘Get serious again’ NH governor: I asked the White House for evidence of voter fraud Report: New national security adviser breaks with Trump on 'radical Islamic terrorism' MORE’s regular absences from the campaign trail are a sign that she doesn’t have the “stamina” to be president.
“They’ll pick a couple of people out of the audience that are like, you know, 100 percent. She’ll sit around a little plastic table, they’ll talk to the people for a while. It’s ridiculous,” he added.
“And then she goes away for five or six days and you don’t see her. She goes to sleep.”
The Republican primary front-runner said the former secretary of State “does not have the strength or stamina” to handle the rigors of the presidency.
“I’m saying she’s not strong enough. No, no, not a health issue, I say she’s not strong enough to be president. We need a president who can go 24 hours a day seven days a week — she can’t do it,” he said.
“She just goes away,” he added. “You need somebody who can go all the time, because our country is in such trouble — I mean, we don’t have the choice of saying let’s take five days off.”
Trump has used a similar line of attack against GOP primary rival Jeb Bush, calling the former Florida governor “weak” and “low-energy.”