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Are All Those Clinton's Medical Conditions Real

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I am sure some of the rumors floating around are false. Even if a small percentage of them are true she is unfit to be the next leader of the US.
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I've read so much about her alleged health conditions on various news sites. I hope she is ok. In all honesty she isn't the best candidate ever. She gives off an air of desperation, but she is still better than Trump.
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The problem here is, why is Hillary Clinton taking an “anticoagulant” (a blood thinner) called Coumadin for her clots from years ago… when there’s supposedly no underlying condition currently? It typically isn’t used for more than 2 months, which is a clear sign that something else is wrong.
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Trump likes to insinuate that Clinton is in poor health — too weak and mentally"unstable" to fight ISIS, too"low-energy" to rally crowds. He once even insisted Clinton takes too many naps. ("No naps for Trump" is something Trump has actually said at a campaign rally.) A campaign spokesperson Katrina Pierson suggested (without any basis) that Clinton has"dysphasia."
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In her letter Wednesday, Bardack wrote that she first evaluated Clinton on September 2 after she had been experiencing “a low-grade fever, congestion, and fatigue” for the previous 24 hours. Clinton continued campaigning,her congestion worsened, and she developed a cough over the next several days. When she visited Bardack a week later, she underwent a CT scan that revealed a “small right middle lobe pneumonia.”
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To be fair, anyone at age 68 (69 in October) would likely have some kind of ongoing chronic medical condition, and Donald Trump likely has at least one of his own. That being said, the list of Clinton's health maladies is long and publicly documented.
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Trump likes to insinuate that Clinton is in poor health — too weak and mentally"unstable" to fight ISIS, too"low-energy" to rally crowds. He once even insisted Clinton takes too many naps. ("No naps for Trump" is something Trump has actually said at a campaign rally.) A campaign spokesperson Katrina Pierson suggested (without any basis) that Clinton has"dysphasia."
I think we all have seen enough to know that she is well right now. I am not a doctor and I do not know what she is dealing with but I know a sick person when I see one.
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Concerns about reported fainting spells, stumbles, blood clots, uncontrollable coughing and a “serious” concussion that took “months,” however, are being attributed to “dehydration,” “flu” or “pneumonia” by her campaign.
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This weekend, Hillary Clinton had a very public stumble, and even the Washington Post's Chris Cillizza admitted her health had become a major campaign issue (one week after dismissing the issue out of hand). The video of her fainting after the 9/11 memorial ceremony went viral, but even that video is one in a long list of public struggles Clinton has had with her health.
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The Secret Service source reached out to Infowars reporter Joe Biggs during the recent Republican National Convention in Cleveland and confirmed the following information;
– Hillary has a very serious neurological degeneration which could be Parkinson’s disease;
– Around half a million dollars has been spent to specially adapt three SUVs in which Hillary travels to provide lowered floors and disabled access to prevent Hillary from tripping.
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The problem here is, why is Hillary Clinton taking an “anticoagulant” (a blood thinner) called Coumadin for her clots from years ago… when there’s supposedly no underlying condition currently? It typically isn’t used for more than 2 months, which is a clear sign that something else is wrong.
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"I think the public has a right to know," Seigel said."We're talking in 2008, Sean, I looked over a thousand pages of John McCain's records because of a melanoma he had 10 years ago. What about Hillary? In 2009, a severe fall. She breaks her elbow. In 2011, she boards a plane, falls. In 2012 she has a severe concussion which Bill Clinton says took her six months to recover from.
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