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Just A Cough? Disturbing New Video Sparks Clinton Health Concerns

Hillary Clinton Coughing Fit Family Health Scares
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Apr. 19 2016, Published 8:01 p.m. ET

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Hillary Clinton Coughing Fit Family Health Scares
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Hillary Clinton's health has become a pressing concern in the 2016 presidential campaign, and a disturbing new video shows why!

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The presidential candidate appeared on The Breakfast Club Monday morning. Throughout the interview, she needed to consistently clear her throat and sip water to avoid going into a coughing fit. She insisted it was allergies, but seems to have been suffering from a similar cough for months.

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The National Enquirer reported in February that Bill Clinton was battling a "a tragic brain disease." "Bill is clearly not the same person he was a year ago, or even six months ago," a political spy told The National Enquirer. "He is much slower physically, and he suffers periodic mental lapses."

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In March, The National Enquirer also reported that Bill Clinton embarrassed his wife by appearing "dazed" and wandering to election sites, The ENQUIRER reported.

Hillary Clinton Coughing Fit Family Health Scares
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Last January, Breitbart reported that Hillary Clinton's disappearance from the debate stage in December stemmed from "long-lasting symptoms stemming from a concussion and blood clot." One neurologist suggested Clinton was suffering from post-concussion syndrome.

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In 2012, Clinton was hospitalized for a concussion she sustained hitting her head after fainting because of dehydration from a stomach virus. ABC News reported that the former secretary of state suffered from cerebral venous thrombosis a rare and potentially "life-threatening" condition.

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