Reena Flores, CBS News – October 15, 2016
Donald Trump, deflecting from the recent deluge of sexual assault accusations plaguing his campaign, suggested Saturday that Hillary Clinton was taking performance-enhancing drugs at the last presidential debate.
Clare Foran, The Atlantic – October 13, 2016
Hillary Clinton health conspiracy theories will never go away. Over the years, they have mutated into different forms, each with highly suspect amateur diagnoses. The rumors have even been contradictory and inconsistent. But through it all, unproven and debunked claims have served as a convenient shortcut for critics who want to delegitimize Clinton without bothering to engage on the merits of her actual record.
Nick Corasaniti, New York Times – October 11, 2016
As his campaign battles to stave off defections from within the Republican Party, Donald J. Trump has released a new ad attacking Hillary Clinton as “Dangerous” on foreign policy grounds and portraying her as physically incapable of meeting the demands of the presidency.
Maggie Haberman, New York Times – November 23, 2015
In an appearance on ABC’s “This Week,” Mr. Trump said that the president must deal with “very, very tough people.” “They only understand strength,” Mr. Trump said. “They don’t understand weakness. Somebody like Jeb, and others that are running against me — and by the way, Hillary is another one. I mean, Hillary is a person who doesn’t have the strength or the stamina, in my opinion, to be president. She doesn’t have strength or stamina. She’s not a strong enough person to be president.”