Israeli experts examine Clinton’s situation
Clinton regarding her health: “I’m getting better and I want to return to work”For the first time since she fainted at a 9/11 memorial event, the Democratic Presidential Candidate tweeted that she thanks everyone for the well wishes, she is getting better and that she is anxious to get back out on her campaign trail. Despite Hillary Clinton’s attempts to continue with business as usual, what are some possible scenarios that she could face?
The confusing and even unsuccessful manner in which Hillary Clinton’s campaign staff dealt with the media coverage following her fainting incident at a 9/11 memorial event raises numerous questions concerning the Democratic Candidate’s health. This evening, Clinton took to Twitter and addressed the uproar caused by her health. “Thanks to everyone who’s reached out with well wishes! I’m feeling fine and getting better,” Clinton wrote in her first tweet. “Like anyone who’s ever been home sick from work, I’m just anxious to get back out there. See you on the trail soon.”
The most improbable option at this point would be if Clinton decided to drop out of the presidential race. If that were to occur, the Democratic National Committee would assemble in order to vote for a new presidential candidate to replace Clinton.
Another more likely option would be for Clinton to rest and return to her normal campaign schedule after she recovers so that she can run against Donald Trump.
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