Hillary Clinton made headlines on Sunday when she collapsed as she left the 9/11 memorial. Hours later, her campaign tried to explain this away by saying she was suffering from pneumonia.
That’s why it struck many as odd on Wednesday when Bill Clinton told a crowd gathered at a Las Vegas rally that his wife was suffering from the flu.
“I just talked to her, she’s feeling great,” Clinton told the crowd, according to Mediaite. “She’ll be back out there tomorrow.”
“It’s a crazy time we live in, you know, when people think there’s something unusual about getting the flu,” he continued. “Last time I checked, millions of people were getting it every year.”
It looks like the Clinton campaign needs to get it’s story straight…
Clinton’s team quickly to tried to clean up the former president’s mess.
Spokesman says WJC meant pneumonia when he said the flu. Flu just happens to sound less bad than pneumonia. https://t.co/YEAupuuVqC
— Jennifer Epstein (@jeneps) September 14, 2016
Since rumors are swirling that Hillary is actually suffering from a disease far more serious than pneumonia such as Parkinson’s, it seems plausible that there was a miscommunication to Bill about what fake disease he needed to say that his wife suffered from.
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