The staff of the candidate in US presidents from Democratic party Hillary Clinton admitted that the decision not to inform the public about the state of her health was wrong. In an interview with MSNBC, said the press Secretary of the campaign, Clinton Brian Fallon.
“Considering what happened, I can say that we could deal with this better, we should more quickly to provide the information. It’s our fault and we are sorry about that,” said Fallon.
According to him, in the next 90 minutes (after it was published the video, which has fainting spells Clinton put in the car during a funeral ceremony in memory of the victims of the terrorist attack of 11 September) the staff was too focused on Tom to make sure that the candidate is all right.
He also added that the staff is going in the next few days to publish additional “medical information” about Clinton.
Initially, the candidate explained what happened at the funeral ceremony with overheating. But later, Reuters reported that on Friday, September 9, the doctor who examined Clinton, diagnosed her with pneumonia, and the sickness of the candidate was associated with the use of antibiotics, coupled with dehydration.
After the incident in new York, Clinton canceled a campaign tour of California, which was scheduled to begin on Monday.
Speedy recovery Clinton wished her rival in the presidential election, Republican Donald trump. “I just hope that she would recover, get back in the race, and we’ll see her at a campaign debate,” said trump. He also promised to publish the results of their medical examination which he had recently passed.