Hillary Clinton thinks the American public doesn't need to know the full extent of her health issues!
ABC News anchor Sarina Fazan asked her this week if she would get a neurocognitive test to put rumors of a stroke or worse to rest, but the presidential nominee refused.
The reporter noted that someone of Clinton's age, 68, is at higher risk for Alzheimer's and Dementia.
When Clinton was first asked about getting the test done she chuckled and said ,"I am very sorry I got pneumonia. I am very glad antibiotics took care of it. That's behind us now. I've met the standard that everybody running for president has met, in terms of releasing information about my health."
Clinton was then pressed again on the question, finally insisting, "There's no need for that. The information is very clear." She emphasized again that she has already met the same health standards as previous candidates.
Incidents over the last month have raised many concerns over Clinton's health: She fainted at the 9/11 memorial, stumbled at a college rally, and had mysterious wandering eyes during a recent speech.
Other than her bout of pneumonia, Clinton has vehemently denied that anything else was wrong, mentally or physically, and insists she is capable of running the country.
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