Hillary, 'overheated,' exits 9/11 ceremony early UPDATE AND MAKE THIS THE OPEN LINE | Arkansas Blog

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Hillary, 'overheated,' exits 9/11 ceremony early UPDATE AND MAKE THIS THE OPEN LINE

Posted By on Sun, Sep 11, 2016 at 11:46 AM

LEAVING CEREMONY: Clinton as she leaves 9/11 event. - CNN
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  • LEAVING CEREMONY: Clinton as she leaves 9/11 event.

Hillary Clinton
left a 9/11 memorial ceremony in New York after about 90 minutes this morning because, according to a campaign statement, she was feeling "overheated."

She was wearing a suit. The temperature was in the low 80s and humidity about 46 percent. She went to her daughter's apartment and was seen outside there later saying she was fine.

I"ll let the Internet take it from here. It had already reached a boil while I was out on my Sunday grocery shopping duty.

More video of her departure here. The image is graphic. 

UPDATE: Doctor diagnosed Friday that Clinton has pneumonia.  Rehydrated and recovering nicely, says the doctor. Prescribed antibiotics.

AND MAKE THIS THE OPEN LINE. I"m having some technical difficulties that are preventing my creation of new items at the moment.




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