Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump criticizes opponent Hillary Clinton for falling at a Sept. 11 memorial ceremony after being diagnosed with walking pneumonia. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, holding a campaign rally in Manheim, Pennsylvania, mocked Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton for stumbling during a 9/11 ceremony after she had been diagnosed with pneumonia. "She's supposed to fight all of these different things, and she can't make it fifteen feet to her car, give me a break," Trump said, in reference to the episode Clinton suffered. "She's at home resting right now. She's getting ready for her next speech, which is going to be about fifteen minutes, and it's going to be in about two or three days," Trump added. Clinton, 68, appeared in a video on social media that showed her swaying and her knees buckling before being helped into a motorcade as she left the 9/11 memorial, an episode that renewed focus on her health less than two months before the election. The latest Reuters/Ipsos national tracking poll, released on Wednesday, showed Clinton leading by 42 percent to Trump's 38 percent among likely voters.