Hillary Clinton's doctor is finally speaking out about what caused the presidential candidate to collapse at the 9-11 memorial in NYC this weekend. But is it the truth or just more lies?
Dr. Lisa Bardack, the physician who has been regularly checking on Clinton's health this year and who recently diagnosed her with pneumonia, released a statement regarding the Democratic nominee's condition.
In the statement, Bardack says that since January 2016 Clinton has "had several allergy flares," "developed symptoms of sinusitis and an ear infection," and was confirmed to have "a sinus and ear infection, with increased fluid in her left ear." These ailments were eventually resolved with various treatments.
Earlier this month, Bardack said she again saw Clinton.
"On Friday, September 2nd, I evaluated Mrs. Clinton for a 24-hour history of a low grade fever, congestion and fatigue." The physician found Clinton to have "a temperature of 99.4" and she advised to her rest, while putting her on "a short course of antibiotics and continued on her allergy medications for an upper respiratory tract infection in the setting of her seasonal allergies."
But Clinton's condition worsened.
When traveling she "developed a cough" and was told to return to her doctor for "further testing." Clinton underwent a non-contrast chest CT scan, which revealed "a small right middlelobe pneumonia…a mild non-contagious bacterial pneumonia."
Bardack said that when Clinton fainted last Sunday at the at the 9/11 Memorial she was "overheated and dehydrated and as a result felt dizzy."
Clinton recovered well and was advised to rest again. "Mrs. Clinton has since been evaluated by me several times and continues to improve," Bardack wrote.
She concluded that Clinton is otherwise in "excellent mental condition" and that her overall analysis was that Clinton is "recovering well with antibiotics and rest" and that she is "fit to serve as President of the United States."
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