Clinton tries to blunt fallout from not disclosing pneumonia

US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says she's feeling better since falling ill at a September 11 memorial ceremony and didn't think her pneumonia diagnosis was significant enough to disclose beforehand. "It is just the kind of thing that if it happens to you and you are a busy, active person, you keep moving forward", Clinton, 68, told CNN in an interview last night.

"I think, in retrospect, we could have handled it better, in terms of providing more information more quickly". The GOP candidate said Monday he would also release more health-related information. Clinton began her career as a staffer on the Watergate hearings, yet she has repeatedly ignored the central lesson of the scandal: It's not the crime that gets you but the cover-up. I probably would have been better off if I had just pulled down my schedule on Friday.

She then joined a motorcade - without the group of reporters designated to accompany her in public - and continued on to her home in Chappaqua, N.Y., according to campaign spokesman Nick Merrill.

Nearly five hours after the release of the video, the Clinton campaign released a statement from Clinton's physician which read that Clinton had been diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday and left the memorial after becoming dehydrated and overheated. The former secretary of state said it is something that has occurred a few times over the course of her life.

"I'm aware of it and usually can avoid it". If Hillary Clinton will not retract her comments in full, I don't see how she can credibly campaign any further, " Trump continued. "I could feel how hot and humid it was".

Once she had some water and cooled off in the vehicle's air conditioning, "I felt fine", she said. "If she gets a report of pneumonia on Friday, they should try to tell the public in real time".

Mrs Clinton's husband, former president Bill Clinton, will be "campaigning in Nevada on the secretary's behalf on Wednesday", an aide to the former president said in a statement released by the campaign.

"You can not run for president if you have such contempt in your heart for the American voter", Trump said.

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"It doesn't come easy to me to follow my doctor's orders to rest up so I can get on the campaign trail but I am going to do it because we have so much work still ahead of us."

Clinton is trusted slightly more than her Republican rival, Donald Trump, but it's nothing for her campaign to cheer about: Only 35 percent of those surveyed in an ABC/Washington Post poll released Sunday poll found her honest and trustworthy, compared with just 31 percent for him.

DETROW: You know, and this has been a drum beat from the Trump campaign for months. You know, you've got a medical report on me that meets the same standard as Mitt Romney and Barack Obama. That is just not even serious.

During his almost 40-minute speech at Stivers High School, Kaine mentioned Clinton's bout with pneumonia briefly and just once.

The first ad, set to be released Tuesday, depicts Trump bragging about big political contributions he's given with the expectation that he would receive favors down the line from recipients.

"This is a man with unknown numbers of partners and investors who says he is doing 120 foreign deals". "People have a right to know".

In the same interview, Clinton hit back at criticism over her lack of transparency by blasting her Republican opponent for declining to release his tax returns - a long standard move during United States presidential campaigns.

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