Fox Baselessly Speculates Clinton Overheating Was "Serious" Medical "Episode"

Hillary Clinton, 68, appeared wobbly this morning on September 11 after taking part in a 9/11 anniversary service, according to CNN.

Ms Clinton was seen on struggling to stay on her feet, and had to be helped by Secret Service staff as she got into a vehicle to leave the event early. In fact, according to Joey Millar of The (U.K.) Express, "journalists who attempted to follow her were barred from the press area at the ceremony".

Trump has publicly questioned whether his opponent was suffering from early onset dementia, or the aftermath of a stroke - and has of her forgetting what she was saying mid-sentence or jumbling up her words at events. "She looked like everything was fine and everything was good". "On Friday, during follow-up evaluation of her prolonged cough, she was diagnosed with pneumonia", Bardack said.

Democratic presidental nominee Hillary Clinton is seen earlier during the memorial ceremony in NY.

The campaign already released a summary of Clinton's medical records and conditions previous year, but Sunday's collapse is sure to fuel the fire and could revive calls for both candidates to release updated detailed health records - something Trump has been pushing for.

"What the Clinton campaign needs to do over the course of the next several days is demonstrate her vitality and viability".

There were no other details given, like whether she needed medical attention. "We put out the information", she said at the time. She waved, smiled and paused to talk to a young child.

The campaign says she's "feeling much better". "So I felt privileged", Clinton said. Clinton stood with NY mayor Bill de Blasio and near the state's governor, Andrew Cuomo.

A witness said the former Secretary of State's knees buckled and she lost a shoe as her security team rushed her to a nearby van.

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"Secretary Clinton attended the September 11th Commemoration Ceremony for just one hour and 30 minutes this morning to pay her respects and greet some of the families of the fallen".

Despite the intense focus on the Clinton's falling ill on Sunday, Arthur Caplan, a bioethicist at New York University Langone Medical Center, said the moment told voters little about Clinton's physical fitness. "So with every breath I take I feel like I have a new lease on life", she joked. It was not clear if she was standing in direct sunlight, but there was not much shade anywhere at the service.

Trump supporters have been tweeting unsubstantiated theories regarding Clinton's health under the hashtag #HillarysHealth. Clinton had spent about an hour and a half at the ceremony before leaving. Just last week, Trump ally Rudy Giuliani stoked those rumors after Clinton had a coughing fit at a campaign event in Cleveland, Ohio.

Clinton's sudden illness is unlikely to be a turning point in the White House race, said Jennifer Lawless, a professor of government at American University in Washington.

NY temperatures on Sunday were in the low 80s, with humidity in the mid-40s.

Ms Clinton suffered a concussion in December 2012 after fainting.

While attending a memorial at Ground Zero for the survivors of the September 11 attacks, Fox News correspondent Rick Leventhal tweeted that Clinton left the event because of a "medical episode", citing a single anonymous law enforcement source.

Clinton's doctor reported she is fully recovered from the concussion, which led to temporary double vision and discovery of a blood clot in a vein in the space between her brain and skull. It also noted that she had been treated for a deep vein thrombosis - "when a blood clot (thrombus) forms in one or more of the deep veins in your body", according to the Mayo Clinic - in 1998 and another in 2009. But the former reality television star has refused to release his own health records.

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