Bill Clinton: Hillary Clinton has 'rarely,' but on occasion, had dehydration spells

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) - Former President Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea will leave the board of a health project connected to the Clinton Foundation, should Hillary Clinton win the White House.

"You gotta understand, a lot of this is cultural. A party trying to win a third term in a row is hard".

"People who are frustrated by the economic circumstances, and they need somebody to blame", he said.

"There's never been a foundation to disclose as much as I have", he said.

Bill Clinton, though, isn't convinced.

"They want to talk to me about the last mean thing someone said about Hillary", he said.

In a statement, the Donald Trump campaign blasted the move as little more than a stunt.

CHAI's announcement follows similar decisions from the Clinton Foundation. The Clinton Foundation reported the contribution from its Canadian counterpart but not the original donors, according to Bloomberg News.

An aide said Hillary Clinton planned to visit the same college campus but that the campaign had looked at other options for the specific event site.

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Asked what the Clinton Foundation's most important achievement has been, Bill Clinton said: "We got the world's cheapest AIDS medicine to more than half the people on earth who are alive with it, including more than two-thirds of the kids". And he said he plans to step down from it's board of directors if Hillary Clinton wins in November, and that the foundation will stop accepting foreign and corporate contributions then as well. But he said his wife did nothing illegal or unethical in connection with the charity. "If they did and it was inappropriate, I would say that was wrong, too".

Her spokesman, Nick Merrill, said this morning that she "continues to feel better, but intends to remain at home today, following her doctor's recommendation to rest".

Clinton downplayed the significance of meetings between his wife and foundation donors.

On Sunday, she seemed to buckle while waiting to get into a minivan after a 9/11 memorial event - and her diagnosis quickly emerged as speculation about her health reached fever pitch.

"She's doing fine", he told Rose. "She had a good night's sleep, she's doing fine". He said dehydration sparked Sunday's episode.

"Rarely, on more than one occasion, over the last many, many years, the same sort of thing's happened to her when she got severely dehydrated, and she's worked like a demon, as you know, as secretary of state, as a senator, and in the years since", he said. Though no explicit conflict of interests have been found, Clinton interacted with numerous donors to her organization in her role as secretary of state. He denied rumors that his wife is suffering from a medical condition more serious than pneumonia.

"So would they have endorsed her, no?" he said answering his own question.

Clinton said his wife's opponents "think everything is a campaign issue" and then tried to make it a campaign issue against Trump. "But we don't know, because he hasn't disclosed", Clinton told Rose.