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video: See Clinton Video - Discussion of Health Now in The Forefront

Sunday, September 11, 2016

 

For much of this Presidential campaign and even going back to a head injury, Hillary Clinton has been plagued by rumors of serious health issues. This morning in New York at 9/11 ceremonies the Democratic Presidential nominee was heat with heat stroke, but reporters at the event questioned that claim from the Clinton campaign.

Washinton Post reporter Chris Cillizza wrote, "What that statement leaves out is that a) it came 90 minutes after Clinton left the ceremony b) reporters — or even areporter — were not allowed to follow her and c) the temperature in New York City at the time of Clinton's overheating was in the low 80s. (A heat wave over the eastern United States broke last night/this morning.)"

VIDEO by Zdenek Gazda via Twitter.

 

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Trump Facebook

5.73 Million

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Trump Twitter

6.19 Million 

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Trump Klout

88 Score 

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Cruz Facebook

1.9 Million 

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Cruz Twitter

819,000

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Cruz Klout

89 Score

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Rubio Facebook

1.28 Million 

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Rubio Twitter

1.17 Million 

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Rubio Klout

81 Score 

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Kasich Facebook

178,000

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Kasich Twitter

175,000

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Kasich Klout

87 Score 

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Bush Facebook

329,000

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Bush Twitter

476,000

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Bush Klout

80 Score

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Carson Facebook

5.07 Million

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Carson Twitter

1.13 Million

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Carson Klout

80 Score 

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Clinton Facebook

2.46 Million 

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Clinton Twitter

5.4 Million 

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Clinton Klout

94 Score 

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Sanders Facebook

3.10 Million 

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Sanders Twitter

1.44 Million

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Sanders Klout

84 Score 

 
 

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