Clinton health care statement: Which medications is Hillary taking?

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Biden out of time: Yes or no, Joe?.

Hillary Rodham Clinton’s physician said Friday that the Democratic presidential candidate is in “excellent physical condition” and has completely recovered from the effects of a concussion she suffered in 2012. By now, The New York Times already corrected its botched story about Hillary Clinton, in which the paper reported that she was the subject of a Department of Justice criminal investigation. (Spoiler alert: she wasn’t.) However, this is the first time during the election cycle that the Hillary campaign, already in a contentious relationship with the press, had a legitimate grievance—and boy, are they airing it.

Hillary Clinton is a healthy 67-year-old woman who suffers from hypothyroidism, seasonal allergies and takes blood thinners as a precaution against clots, according to a two-page letter from her personal physician released Friday afternoon by her campaign. “Her cancer screening evaluations are all negative,” Dr.Hillary Rodham Clinton’s doctor has pronounced her fit and healthy despite a concussion and associated medical problems in 2012, according to an assessment released by the Clinton campaign on Friday.

Back when he was being lampooned for inappropriate nape nuzzling and Hillary Clinton’s nomination was so iron-clad that she had pondered delaying her campaign launch until this very month, whether or not Joe Biden did or didn’t make a third presidential bid was political piffle. The assessment, which pronounced Clinton “fit to serve as president of the United States,” came as part of flood of disclosures Friday into details about her private life and work history.

In an open letter to the Times, Clinton campaign director Jennifer Palmieri blasted the Gray Lady for claiming the candidate was under federal investigation for her use of a private e-mail server. The State Department released a new batch of emails sent via her private server earlier in the day and her campaign also planned to release all her tax returns since her last presidential campaign. The campaign also said it plans to release detailed tax returns covering 2007 through 2014 later Friday afternoon, completing the gap in public returns since Clinton’s last presidential bid. Independent socialist Bernie Sanders, who has about the same share of the Democratic vote as Donald Trump does on the Republican side, is not going to beat Clinton.

But Palmieri saved her proxy rage for what she saw as the Times’s refusal to accept wrongdoing, issuing it directly to Baquet: In a statement to the Times’ public editor, you said that the errors in the Times’ story Thursday night were “unavoidable.” This is hard to accept. A campaign aide said it will break down all the sources of the Clintons’ income, name the corporate clients who have paid both Clintons for speaking engagements and detail the fees paid to the Clintons. I’m not unsympathetic to the defense – this has admittedly happened to me, too – but it does raise questions as to who, exactly, the Times relied on for the bogus information. “In our conversations with the Times reporters, it was clear that they had not personally reviewed the IG’s referral that they falsely described as both criminal and focused on Hillary Clinton. Bardack said testing the following year showed “complete resolution” of the concussion’s effects, including double vision, which she wore glasses with specialized lenses to address. As noted above, the Justice Department official that incorrectly confirmed the Times’ initial reports for other outlets does not appear to have been the initial source for the Times.

That is consistent with the tax returns filed in the years after Clintons left the White House, when the Clintons started making money for paid speeches and book advances. The official also provided a copy of Bardack’s letter, which gives the fullest public account to date of the incident in 2012 in which Clinton, dehydrated from a stomach virus, fell and suffered a concussion. So now that resident Clintinologist Ed Henry reports that a member of team Biden is breaking bread with an Obama mega donor, speculation is getting rampant about a potential Biden bid.

And with a new poll showing that Biden does just as well with potential GOP nominees, Sheriff Joe looks very different now than he did six months ago. Her health statement detailed the circumstances surrounding Clinton’s 2012 concussion that prevented her from testifying before congressional committees investigating the Benghazi attack. “In December of 2012, Mrs. Clinton’s fall and hospitalization forced her to cancel her final scheduled trip as secretary of state and forced the postponement of a congressional hearing at which Republicans planned to ask her about the fatal attacks in Benghazi, Libya, three months before. According to her doctor’s assessment, Clinton’s cholesterol and blood pressure are in normal, healthy ranges, and she has had the major cancer screenings and exams recommended for someone her age.

It was at that session that she angrily told a senator, “what difference, at this point, does it make?” whether the attackers were terrorists or criminals. This time Clinton said she didn’t want to appear to be “second guessing” but reiterated that the effort to train Syrian moderates is now “much more difficult.” Hmmmmm… – AP: “A new list of donors to the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation shows a marked surge in donations and the numbers of contributors to the family charity in the first half of this year — at the same time that Hillary Rodham Clinton ramped up her campaign for the presidency….The foundation’s latest list shows that even as Hillary Clinton began campaigning and attending lucrative fundraisers in advance of the 2016 race, some of her top political supporters were increasing their donations to the Clinton Foundation, as were numerous corporations and foreign governments with interests before the U.S. government.” Hillary calls to lift Cuba embargo – “The Cuba embargo needs to go, once and for all,” Clinton will say in a speech from Miami today. There was no mention of Clinton’s height or weight, but it did say Clinton gets routine mammograms and breast ultrasounds, as well colonoscopies and gynecological exams.

The call to lift an embargo imposed by her husband in 1996, puts Clinton in line with President Obama, who moved to normalize Cuban relations last year. Clinton’s doctor said she exercises regularly — practicing yoga, swimming, walking, and weight training — and eats a diet rich in lean proteins, vegetables and fruits. Meanwhile, Clinton was also making news in Florida, campaigning at the annual meeting of the National Urban League and calling for an end of the nation’s trade embargo of Cuba during a speech at a Miami university. President Obama and Secretary Clinton must learn that appeasement only emboldens dictators and repressive governments, and weakens America’s global standing in the 21st century. We’ve also reported on several instances in which House Republicans, in the name of congressional oversight, have also leaked information to news organizations that turned out to be deliberately misleading – some related to Benghazi, some not.

The next time a GOP lawmaker’s office calls up a reporter and says, “I’ve got a good scoop for you,” why in the world would the reporter take the tip seriously? The agency declined to detail steps made to protect the sensitive information in attorney David Kendall’s possession, but the issue is raising concern among Republicans on Capitol Hill who’ve criticized Clinton’s handling of the email controversy.

It will be the second time State officials have been forced to publish a substantial batch of Clinton’s emails under a Freedom of Information Act case…” Power Play: Can Hillary warm up the left? Democratic strategist Christy Setzer and Republican Strategist Lisa Boothe discuss the political angles of Hillary’s recent energy proposal with Chris Stirewalt.

Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D., Fla.). ‘Uh,’ Wasserman-Schultz responded…‘The difference between—the real question is what’s the difference between being a Democrat and being a Republican,’ Wasserman-Schultz said. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Abell via her website. “big heart” saying, “I actually have a big heart … I mean, a lot of people don’t understand that, but the DREAMers, it’s a tough situation, we’re going to do something, and one of the things we’re going to do is expedite — when somebody’s terrific, we want them back here…” But how will this go over with his supporters?

American political establishment, take note: In the past 20 years you have turned America into a nation a third of whose people would make Donald Trump their president. Walker scores mega-donor – WaPo: “The Ricketts family sweepstakes are over and Scott Walker has won handily, according to Unintimidated, the super PAC supporting the Wisconsin governor and presidential candidate.

And I was particularly proud that during my governorship, the state’s use of minority owned businesses tripled.” [Bush, Clinton, Sanders, former Gov. When I asked XMatter, the folks behind the X15, why they decided to sell consumer flamethrowers, co-founder Quinn Whitehead immediately responded, ‘Why not? This is America, land of the free,’ before laughing and digging into his real pitch.” Chris Stirewalt joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in July of 2010 and serves as digital politics editor based in Washington, D.C. Stirewalt makes frequent appearances on the network, including “The Kelly File,” “Special Report with Bret Baier,” and “Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace.” He also provides expert political analysis for Fox News coverage of state, congressional and presidential elections.

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