Donald Trump to Hillary Clinton, “Get Well Soon”
Monday morning, Donald Trump said he hopes rHillary Clinton “gets well soon,” and commented he had a physical last week and will be releasing the results when they come back.
“When the numbers come, hopefully they are going to be good, I think they are going to be good,” the GOP presidential nominee in a telephone interview. “I feel great, but when the numbers come in, I’ll be releasing very, very specific numbers.”
Donald Trump will release his health numbers Thursday during an appearance on the syndicated “Dr. Oz” program.
Donald Trump said that he takes no “satisfaction” in Hillary Clinton’s health issues, and found her collapse on Sunday “quite sad.”
On Monday, he did not tie her health in with her ability to hold the Oval Office.
“There is no satisfaction, believe me, whatsoever,” Donald Trump said. “It has been a very tough schedule . . . you go from one city, we are going from Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida and all over over the next day or so and you go to a lot of different work.”
He said there is a long way to go in the campaign, and he does not know if Clinton’s Campaign will be releasing more records.
“It will all come out at some point, because it’s so grueling that if somebody is not well it will be tough to go through the process,” Donald Trump.
He said in the interview Monday that he does hope that Mr.s Clinton recovers well and quickly, and that he is looking forward to seeing her at the debate.
He said, the media is “gaming the system,” so there should be no moderator at the debate.
“I hope she gets well soon. I don’t know what’s going on. I’m like you. I see what I see. The coughing fit was a week ago, so I assume that was pneumonia also.
“I think it would have been, so something is going on, but I just hope she gets well and gets back on the trail, and we’ll be seeing her at the debate.”
Trump further does not think Clinton will be replaced by either her running mate Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA), or Vice President Joe Biden on the ticket.
“We have to see what’s wrong,” Donald Trump said. “Whatever it is, I’m ready.”
He told CNBC, though, that he finds the whole schedule and challenge “very invigorating.”
“It’s about making America great again, and that’s what we are doing,” said Trump. “So many things that can happen.”
Sunday, the Democratic presidential nominee suddenly left a memorial ceremony in New York commemorating the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, stumbled and appeared to faint getting into her van.
Mrs. Clinton’s physician, Dr. Lisa Burdack, said she diagnosed Mrs. Clinton with pneumonia during an evaluation Friday after she had been suffering from prolonged coughing episodes. She has been prescribed antibiotics and advised to modify her schedule.
We do not know if there was a chest XRay which is usual in the diagnoses of pneumonia. The Clinton Campaign is under pressure to release all of Mrs. Clinton’s healthy records and allow for a full and open assessment of her condition/s.