Monday on CNN’s “New Day,” Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) said Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton should have disclosed her pneumonia diagnosis sooner rather than waiting until after she had a public episode causing her to leave a 9/11 memorial service in New York Sunday morning.
When asked if the Democratic candidate should have revealed the diagnosis Friday, Nadler said, “Ideally, they should have, but I think in this day and age when everything about a candidate’s health or anything else is exaggerated, I thought they could avoid doing that. Unfortunately, they couldn’t. The fact of the matter, healthy candidate and person, and she has walking pneumonia and she’ll get over it.”
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