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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Media: the democratic party may nominate another candidate instead ill Clinton


The democratic party may consider replacing Hillary Clinton in case she is unable to continue the race for health reasons. Before she became ill during a public event. Later it became known that she was diagnosed with pneumonia.


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If Clinton would waive further claims to the post of President of the United States, it can replace Vice President Joe Biden, a Senator from Vermont Bernie Sanders, who lost to former Secretary of state in the primaries, writes The Telegraph.

The appropriate decision may be taken at an emergency meeting of the Democratic party. However, Clinton herself has not yet announced its intention to withdraw from participation in the elections.

Yesterday, during a funeral ceremony in memory of the victims of 9/11 in new York, Clinton suddenly became ill and she fainted. Later, the attending physician of the presidential candidate announced that she was diagnosed with pneumonia. As a result, Clinton had to abandon a visit to California.

We will note that earlier media have repeatedly published information that the health Clinton leaves much to be desired. However, until yesterday, her campaign staff categorically denied this information.

Read our material about her response Donald trump on the news of the illness of the competitor

Watch the video on “video Appeared faint Clinton at the ceremony of remembrance of the victims of 9/11”

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