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Trump: Clinton lacks 'physical stamina' to be president
During a speech on national security in Youngstown, Ohio, Aug. 15, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton "lacks the mental and physical stamina to take on" Islamic State militants. Trump frequently suggests Clinton isn't strong enough to be president.
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