Hillary Clinton's health becomes an issue

NY Post:
Hillary Rodham Clinton’s health issues are drastically worse than she has revealed publicly — and the potential presidential candidate tried to keep her medical information private for fear that it would damage her bid for the White House in 2016, according to a new book.

The 66-year-old former secretary of state has suffered more fainting spells than publicly known, is prone to have blood clots, and may be at serious risk of a stroke, according to the book, “Blood Feud: The Clintons vs. the Obamas,” by Edward Klein.

Modal TriggerThe medical scare that forced Clinton to be rushed to New York-Presby­terian Hospital on Dec. 30, 2013, revealed how serious the situation is.

“She has to be carefully monitored for the rest of her life,” doctors warned former President Bill Clinton before Hillary was released from the hospital, according to the book.

The book claims Hillary was taken to New York­Presbyterian after a fainting spell and concussion that she suffered in her seventh-floor office at the State Department — not at her home, as claimed.

Hillary was initially treated at a State Department facility and was transferred to her home to recover. Bill Clinton, however, insisted Hillary be flown to New York City and be treated by specialists there, Klein claims.
The clotting problem appears to be serious.  Is she on blood thinners?  Is it safe for her to fly regularly?  These are just some of the questions she will face if she decides to run for President again.


  1. If Hillary is unable to run, it changes everything for 2016. Biden is an aging buffoon, and the Dems really have no bench to fall back on. Warren would probably be the choice since they are fixated on race and gender, but she was a mediocre candidate who could not have been taken seriously outside of a deep blue state. Of course, that could be said of their candidate in 2008.


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