Hillary Clinton on pneumonia: 'I'm feeling fine and getting better'
Sep 13 2016 by Larry Hoffman
On Sunday, U.S. Presidential candidate Clinton was about to enter a vehicle after a September 11th ceremony in New York City.She hesitated, then crumpled, then leaned on her aides, who help her into a van. She was driven to her daughter's apartment in Manhattan.
Clinton said that the campaign would disclose more information about her health soon, but she noted that she met the standard for medical information set by President Obama and Mitt Romney. I feel great, ' he said on 'Fox and Friends'.
Nearly five hours after the release of the video, the Clinton campaign released a statement from Clinton's physician which read that Clinton had been diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday and left the memorial after becoming dehydrated and overheated.
When asked about her husband Bill Clinton's comments on her "fainting" in the past, she said: "I think really only twice, that I can recall".
He did hammer Clinton for her assertion Friday night that half of his supporters belong in a "basket of deplorables" and are racist, sexist, homophobic or xenophobic. "And obviously that didn't work out so well", she added.
The statement released by Clinton's doctor, Lisa R. Bardack, said she became "overheated and dehydrated" at the memorial. It also said Clinton had been put on antibiotics and was advised to rest and modify her schedule before attending Sunday's memorial service.
Past presidential candidates have released much more detailed information about their health than either Trump or Clinton.
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The Democratic presidential nominee, who was diagnosed with pneumonia last week, will address participants in the morning workshop, her campaign said in a press release Tuesday.
"Something's going on, but I just hope she gets well and gets back on the trail, and we'll be seeing her at the debate", he said. "In fact. this last week I took a physical and. when the numbers come in I'll be releasing very, very specific numbers".
Clinton has been in the news before for serious health issues.
Speaking in Maryland Monday, Trump said he was shocked to hear Clinton "attack, slander, smear and demean these wonderful, incredible people who are supporting our campaign".
Unfortunately for Trump, the Clinton team has just raised the level of disclosure even higher; we now know the candidate has a troubled relationship with water.
In December 2012, she suffered a concussion and shortly afterward developed a blood clot.