Hillary Clinton kept up her attacks on the GOP nominee Thursday, and again claimed falsely that Donald Trump's business empire produces nothing in the United States.

"You know, you run for president, you need to be judged by what you have done. And I think the evidence is pretty clear: Everything he has made, he has made somewhere else," she told reporters during a campaign stop in Las Vegas.

Her claim that Trump's business interests don't produce anything in the United States is false.

Though it is true many Trump-branded products are produced overseas, he is also responsible for goods made in the United States.

Trump's line of wines, for example, is produced in America. The GOP candidate's "Make America Great Again" hats are also stitched together by a small company in Los Angeles using imported goods, according to the Associated Press.

Clinton even received a "false" rating from PoltiFact this week for claiming Trump makes nothing in the U.S.

She continued Thursday and claimed the Republican nominee "has not put Americans to work."

"He has imported foreign workers instead of hiring Americans at his country clubs and resorts," Clinton said. "He has cheated contractors. I take that personally."

She then repeated a point she made earlier this week about her father's line of work, "My father was a small businessman and he got contracts. If he'd showed up after having done all the work, printed the fabrics for the draperies that were going to be made, and told as Trump told countless small businesses, 'I'm not going to pay you,' I don't know what would have happened to our family."

"But I have met people who were destroyed by Donald Trump. So take a look at what he has done, not what he says," she said.