Trump hints at some medical details, gets rebuked in Flint

Donald Trump was in rare form Wednesday night in Canton, Ohio, bragging about surging polls and taunting the crowd with visions of a Hillary Clinton victory.

“Hillary Clinton 100 percent will approve it, as soon... if she gets... oh let’s not say it,” Trump told the crowd. “I can’t say it.”

He went on to question her stamina after a recent health scare.

“I don’t know folks, you think Hillary would be able to stand up here for an hour and do this?” he asked. “I don’t know.”

Trump then quickly returned to the kind words he’s offered since Clinton’s campaign announced her pneumonia diagnosis.

“She’s lying in bed, getting better, and we want her better. We want her back on the trail. Right?”

Earlier in the day, Trump discussed his own medical history during a taping with television personality Dr. Mehmet Oz.

“Why not share your medical records,” Oz questioned. “Why not let people see?”

“Well I really have no problem in doing it,” Trump said in response. “I have it right here. I mean, should I do it? I don’t care. Should I do it?”

Reviewing results of a recent physical, Trump discussed campaign weight gain and pondered being the nation’s oldest president, at 70 years old..

“I don’t know if this makes sense, I feel as good today as I did when I was 30,” he said.

Trump also made a stop in Flint, Michigan Wednesday to learn more about the city’s water crisis. But the billionaire ruffled feathers at a local church by using his time there to attack Clinton.

“Everything she touched didn’t work out -- nothing,” Trump said, before the church’s pastor joined him at the podium and chastised him.

“I invited you here to thank us for what we’ve done in Flint, not to give a political speech,” she said.

“Oh, oh, oh… okay. That’s good,” Trump responded. “Then I’m going to back onto Flint, okay.”

Trump received another rebuke of sorts late Wednesday evening -- this time, from New Hampshire’s largest newspaper.

The Manchester Union Leader published its endorsement for president Wednesday and for the first time in 100 years, it was not for a Republican nominee. Instead, it was for Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson.

Though Johnson is behind in the polls, he’s received three newspaper endorsements. Clinton has the backing of five newspapers. Trump has received zero.