New 'medical episode' for Hillary

Sep 12, 2016, 01:30

Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, diagnosed with pneumonia, became overheated and fell ill at a September 11 memorial ceremony in an episode that renewed focus on her health less than two months before USA voters to elect their next president.

But after Clinton was forced to leave a September 11 memorial service early Sunday - feeling overheated, according to her campaign - the journalistic scrutiny seems likely to intensify.

She later left her daughter's apartment, saying she was "feeling great" and waving at the crowd, said the Associated Press.

Donald Trump has refused to release any details about his medical history, but some in the mainstream press are legitimizing Clinton health conspiracies after Democratic nominee overheated on 9/11.

Clinton, meanwhile, suggested Trump wants to "privatize" health services for veterans; Trump later said that's not true.

The New York senator said in a statement Sunday that he and the Democratic presidential nominee "chatted for quite a while" about their memories of the tragic attacks, when both were senators from New York.

Mrs Clinton again suffers from deep vein thrombosis.

The campaign also did not take reporters in the motorcade after Clinton's departure from her daughter's apartment.

Clinton's sudden illness is unlikely to be a turning point in the White House race, said Jennifer Lawless, a professor of government at American University in Washington.

Neither candidate has released a more complete medical report, though Trump recent told ABC News that he would do so.

"I take two pictures before she passed me", said Gazda, who said he moved to the USA 24 years ago from what was then Czechoslovakia and is a Clinton supporter.

Whereas Clinton and her campaign could laugh off questions about her health before today, the "overheating" episode makes it nearly impossible for them to do so.

"Certainly, in that system, he's been a leader, far more than our president has been a leader", Trump said, when asked about his repeated praise and kind words for Putin despite Russia's increasing aggression toward the United States. She left a short time later, saying she was "feeling great". She was the only person wearing dark sunglasses during the overcast morning.

In December, Dr. Harold Borenstein issued a one-page statement asserting that Trump would be "the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency". I'll never forget watching a saxophone player in my high school marching band (yes, I was cool) drop to the ground during a Memorial Day ceremony.

The root of the claims lies in 2012, when Clinton was nearing the end of her stint as secretary of state and a stomach virus and dehydration prompted her to faint, causing what her doctor said was a concussion.

Mrs Clinton interrupts a campaign speech in Cleveland, Ohio, after suffering a coughing fit. These days "it's all about the selfie", she said.

"I just saw the secretary waiting for the van and the van came and she can't walk inside and she gets helped".

That episode fueled speculation from conservative political quarters about her health.

Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani, a Trump supporter, has said that Clinton was "tired" and "looked sick".

Pence also defended Trump's comments that "the generals have been reduced to rubble" under the Obama administration, responding to critics that interpreted those words to mean Trump was putting down the USA military. The doctor described Trump's blood pressure as "astonishingly excellent", his stamina as "extraordinary" and his physical examination showing "only positive results".

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