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Hillary Clinton Gets Asked By A Reporter If She Needs “Neuro Tests”



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Is Hillary Clinton really sick?

As the political atmosphere continues to heat up following the massive “pneumonia” health scandal, there are those who wonder if Clinton’s health is really improving.

According to the Hill, an ABC News reporter asked Clinton if she would be willing to take neurological exams after what many have called the biggest health scandal in recent decades.

Clinton reportedly laughed off the question and stated the following.

“I am very glad that antibiotics took care of it and that’s behind us now. I have met the standard that everybody running for president has met in terms of releasing information about my health.”

The democratic nominee also stated that no such tests are needed as everything is okay. She added by saying:

“The information is very clear, and the information, as I said, meets the standards after Clinton’s pneumonia illness caused a stir in the mainstream media and on the internet. Essentially, it fueled rumors that Clinton was unfit to continue her presidential campaign, however, it has also been noted that the same has been said about Donald Trump’s health.”

Just last month, Dr. David Scheiner, Barack Obama’s former physician, stated that both Clinton and Trump had health concerns that warrant some attention, Scheiner told CNN.

Dr. Schiener suggests that both Clinton and Trump should release their health records, something that the media has been itching to happen for a while now.

Whether or not either candidate releases their records, Dr. Schiener agrees that Clinton’s pneumonia scandal has definitely changed her political tracks.

Jose Florez is the founder and editor of Mental Daily. His work has appeared in Psychology Today, Glamour, HuffPost, among others. He is a mental health advocate, and currently studying psychology.

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