Sick Hillary Tells CNN She Merely 'Felt Dizzy, Lost Balance' - Then Demands Trump's 'Tax Returns'

Chris Menahan
Sep. 13, 2016

Hillary Clinton told Anderson Cooper she didn't lose consciousness or faint on Sunday, but merely "felt dizzy" and "lost" her "balance" -- then she went on to demand Donald Trump's "tax returns."

From CNN:
Hillary Clinton said Monday night she's "met a high standard of transparency" about her health and didn't think the pneumonia was "going to be that big a deal."

Clinton said she felt dizzy and lost her balance Sunday, but did not lose consciousness, and is now "feeling so much better."

"I was supposed to rest five days -- that's what they told me on Friday -- and I didn't follow that very wise advice," Clinton told CNN's Anderson Cooper in a phone interview.
...during her interview Monday, Clinton sought to turn criticism of her secrecy over her illness into an attack on Republican rival Donald Trump.

"Compare everything you know about me with my opponent. I think it's time he met the same level of disclosure that I have for years," Clinton told Cooper.

"It's really past time for him to be held to the same standards, not just as me, but as anybody else who has sought this job," she said.

Clinton had a cough last week, and chalked it up to allergies -- joking at an event that she was allergic to Trump.

She went on to say she's not going to release much more information on her medical records and instead attacked Trump, demanding "transparency" on his "tax returns" and "foreign business dealings."

Hey cat lady, if you didn't lose consciousness why does the video show you being dragged like a rag doll?

Why does the video show your right arm seize up behind your back?

Why'd it take two men to hold you up and drag you off?

If this has only happened twice before, why did your secret service handlers act so casual about it like it happens all the time?

Attacking Trump on his tax returns is not going to cut it, you need to provide detailed medical records immediately or drop out.

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