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Though his Tweets have not been confirmed, Emmy-winning reporter David Shuster made waves this morning when he said that the Democratic Party is considering replacing Hillary Clinton after video surfaced on Sunday of the presidential candidate looking faint at a 9/11 memorial ceremony.

Clinton’s campaign has acknowledged that the Democratic nominee was feeling “overheated” and that she did leave the 9/11 ceremony early. Spokesman Nick Merrill said, “During the ceremony, she felt overheated, so [she] departed to go to her daughter’s apartment and is feeling much better.” It was later revealed that Clinton had been diagnosed with Pneumonia on Friday, two days before the incident occurred at the ceremony.


On Sunday evening, following Clinton’s health issue, Shuster tweeted the following:

RELATED: A man on a sidewalk filmed a faint Hillary Clinton struggling to enter a van during a 9/11 memorial ceremony

RELATED: After she fainted in public, Hillary Clinton’s campaign revealed she’s fighting an illness

Clinton has been fielding accusations from Republicans about her health for weeks, and now it appears that the 68-year-old candidate is indeed experiencing some issues. As Occupy Democrats apply pointed out in their reporting of the situation, Clinton is not any less healthy than former candidates like John McCain — and it’s safe to assume that she will have access to the best medical care in the world. 

(H/T Occupy Democrats)

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