Washington, Aug 9: While all eyes are now focussed on Clinton head bobbing presidential candidate Donald Trump and his endless of controversies, a section of the US media has also expressed concern over the health of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, more so after photographs of the latter struggling to climb some stairs emerged on Sunday Aug 7. US presidential election primary. The photosrevealed by Reuters and Getty news agencies, showed the former US secretary of state taking assistance from a of people in overcoming the stairs of a house. It was learnt that the images were taken in February when the year-old Hillary was campaigning in South Carolina. Hillary, who decided to have a go after the failed attempt of when she lost to current President Barack Obama, was nominated as the Democratic presidential candidate at the party's national convention held in Philadelphia last month. Hillary's health issue is something which hasn't caught the headlines for the first time.
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Rumours around Mrs Clinton's health have gathered pace after a video showed what conservative TV anchors purported to be a seizure. Critics have pointed to videos which show Mrs Clinton, the Democratic nominee for president, coughing and jerking her head as well as freezing mid-speech. A video from July 21 this year has sparked the concern for Mrs Clinton's healthwhere the presidential candidate was filmed talking to reporters at close quarters.
Without warning, the Democrat Party nominee began to bob her head repetitively before she regained control and declared that the reporters "must try the iced chai". The trend has continued, with Fox News conservative TV anchor Sean Hannity spending all of last week conducting an "investigation" into Mrs Clinton's health.
He also said: "I mean it's a violent, violent, repetitive jerking of the head here. You can see it's uncontrollable.
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Hannity also referred back to an episode in when she was treated for a blood clot in her head after concussing her head in a fall. Ben Carson, a neurosurgeon and who ran for the Republican presidential nomination, told Hannity it was "critical" Mrs Clinton releases her health records prior to the election.
However, many critics have taken issue with the allegations made against the former Secretary of State and First Lady. The reporter who Hannity said was "scared" during the head-bobbing episode hit back at the Fox News host.
Lisa Lerer, a reporter for the Associated Press, said: "Fox didn't call. For the record, I wasn't scared. Is this Hillary Clinton having a fit on camera?
Mrs Clinton has yet to make her medical records public. I mean it's a violent, violent, repetitive jerking of the head here Sean Hannity. Ben Carson, a neurosurgeon and who ran for the Republican presidential nomination, told Hannity it was "critical" Mrs Clinton releases her health records prior to the election However, many critics have taken issue with the allegations made against the former Secretary of State and First Lady.
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