Comes after week of reports that suggest stroke, seizure, inability to stand upPublished: 19 hours ago
After a week of reports raising questions about Hillary Clinton’s health, the Democratic candidate for president has chimed in: She says she’s fine.
The Washington Examiner reported Friday Clinton in a campaign podcast talked about how worn out she was after the Democratic convention and a subsequent bus trip.
“By the end of those two weeks that’s exactly how I felt, it was, ‘Oh my gosh, I don’t know that I can get up, let alone what I will do if I am vertical,'” she said.
She said she tries to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
“I, knock on wood, am pretty lucky because I have a lot of stamina and endurance, which is necessary in the kind of campaign I’m engaged in,” Clinton said, the Examiner reported. “But I also … try to eat right, not always succeeding but try, try to get enough sleep, try to get exercise. Now I’m not going to pretend that I like it because I don’t but between yoga and walking, getting on the treadmill, some weights, I try to keep up.”
Explained the Examiner: “Fox News personality Sean Hannity raised the prospect that Clinton may have had a ‘stroke’ and suggested that Clinton has looked like she suffered from some ‘seizure-esque’ movements. The Drudge Report similarly splashed photos and headlines that sparked questions about Clinton’s health.”
WND also reported on the issue, especially after an image appeared showing an aide apparently holding her up at a campaign event.
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