When Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president, he was quickly criticized for referring to illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." Since that time, Trump has been accused of sexism, racism, Islamophobia, but it's his relationship with his daughter that has raised questions from some in the media.

Trump and Ivanka

After Hillary Clinton became overheated during a memorial for the victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks, she was caught on camera nearly fainting as she entered her exit van. Since that time, many have wonderedabout the health of both candidates involved.

Keeping with his controversial campaign theme, Trump decided to release medical records during an episode of "The Dr. Oz Show." While Trump's health was the main topic, it was comments made about his daughter Ivanka that made some cringe.

In a pre-taped interview with Dr. Oz, Trump spoke about Ivanka, noting that "he kisses her every chance he gets." Dr. Oz was quoted as responding back, "It's nice to see a dad kiss his daughter." The comments might not seem too alarming, but Trump's relationship with his daughter has been questionable in the past, leading to some of his harshest critics to question his feelings.

Pictures have gone viral on the internet showing a teenage Ivanka sitting on her father's lap, leaving many feeling uncomfortable upon viewing them. "I've said if Ivanka weren't my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her," Trump said during an interview on ABC's "The View" in 2015, while also telling radio host Howard Stern that "she's got the best body." The interview with Dr.

Oz was taped on Wednesday, and is set to air during Thursday's time-slot.

Election update

According to the latest rolling average from Real Clear Politics, Trump is running neck and neck with Clinton on a national level, down just 45.6 percent to 43.6 percent.

While the race is close nationally, Clinton is still ahead in important swing states, including leads in Virginia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin. Trump has bounced back in Florida and Ohio, where he has come back to pull practically even with the former Secretary of State. While most political pundits expect a Clinton victory, Trump still has a few doors of opportunity to his advantage, though they are starting to close with less than 60 days until voters head to the polls.