Donald Trump on Monday sought to turn the tables on Democratic critics who are depicting him as unfit for office.
Painting a grim picture of a world under attack and a homeland threatened by terror, he argued that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton doesn't have the "mental and physical stamina" to fight ISIS.
He argued that only he could be trusted in the White House during a speech outlining how he would combat Islamic terrorism, characterizing the fight as an ideological struggle on par with that of the Cold War.
"Hillary Clinton lacks the judgment ... stability and temperament and moral character to lead our nation," the Republican presidential nominee said. "She also lacks the mental and physical stamina to take on ISIS. And all of the many adversaries that we face."
Donald Trump speaks to supporters at a rally in Erie, Pennsylvania on August 12
Trump also lit into Clinton and Obama for their policies, blaming them for the rise of