Trump: If Clinton falls in China, 'they'll just leave her there'

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"When she's over in China, if she goes down, in Tiananmen Square, they'll just leave her there," Trump said during a rally Thursday in Ohio.

"They're tough people. They're just going to leave her there. They're not going to help her up. They'll say 'Let her come up when she's ready.' These are tough people."

Trump has questioned whether Clinton has the stamina to serve as president many times in the past.

Last month, a video surfaced of the Democratic nominee appearing to stumble into a van after leaving a 9/11 commemoration ceremony early. Trump's campaign recently released an ad featuring a video of her collapse, along with other clips of her coughing and seemingly being helped up stairs.

Clinton's campaign said Clinton was overheated and dehydrated. It was later revealed she had been diagnosed with pneumonia.

Clinton has since released a letter from her doctor speaking to her health and saying she is fit for the presidency.

Trump during the rally said when Clinton ran for Senate in New York, she vowed to bring back jobs to upstate New York. But instead, Trump said Clinton did "nothing but talk."

"And that's all she's doing now when she runs for president," he said.

"She doesn't have the strength. She doesn't have the aptitude. She doesn't have what it takes if we're going to be a great country again, that I can tell you 100 percent."