Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein deleted a tweet Tuesday afternoon in which she called on #HackingHillary to take a #JillChillPill and drop out of the race — a halting attempt to gain traction from Hillary Clinton's allergy-induced coughing fit on the campaign trail Monday.
"#HackingHillary, here's my prescription: Take a #JillChillPill and stop campaigning altogether to ensure global peace. #PagingDrStein," the now-deleted tweet read.
By tweeting about Clinton's coughing, Stein, a physician by trade, appeared to be joining those who have attacked Clinton's health — attacks that have led some conservative news outlets as well as Republican nominee Donald Trump to embrace conspiracy theories that Clinton is severely ill.
Trump — who has questioned whether Clinton has the "stamina" required of a president — himself tweeted about Clinton's coughing fit Tuesday.
It's unclear why Stein's campaign deleted the tweet — but it's not the first embarrassing moment Stein's faced on the campaign trail in recent weeks.
Over the weekend, Stein mistakenly flew to the wrong Ohio city for a planned campaign rally — leaving leaving rally-goers waiting for hours for her to travel from Cincinnati to Columbus, where her rally was actually being held.