At a conference Wednesday, former President Bill Clinton revealed that his wife, former-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, took six months to fully recover from her late-2012 blood clot and concussion, not one-month, which is what the State Department told the media.
In December of 2012, just before she was scheduled to testify before a congressional Benghazi committee, Hillary fell at her home and was hospitalized for three days.
A week later the State Department claimed the fall was due to a stomach illness.
On January 7, the Daily Mail reports, “State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said that ‘judging by the woman we saw this morning and the workload that she’s got she seems to be fully recovered.'”
This was a little less than a month after her December 9 fall and subsequent hospitalization.
This was where the timeline stood until yesterday when Bill Clinton revealed that his wife’s recovery was a six-month process, not a one-month process.
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