Hillary Clinton Seems To Suddenly Lose It During Speech
It was a bit discomfiting to watch the 68-year-old Hillary Clinton completely forgetting what she was saying.
Over the weekend, in a Scranton, Pennsylvania, speech, the Democratic front-runner slammed her rival Bernie Sanders in front of a crowd that was loudly cheering her. She then passionately went into rhapsodies about how she would take her actions forward, instead of Sanders, if she is elected President.
"...We do not need another big contentious debate about healthcare," Clinton said. "We need to make what we've got work really well and improve it and the get the cost out of...upward spiral...now I want to mention two other things..."
For a moment or two the Presidential aspirant hesitated, lost her train of thought, and then picked up her power again, just raring to go.
A lot of speculations have been raised about Clinton's health. She has been found coughing continuously, and suffering from "post-concussion syndrome."
This brings to mind Donald Trump's remark a month ago. He had said that his general election opponent does not seem to be having the stamina or energy necessary to be a U.S. President.
"I think she doesn't have the stamina," Trump said. "You watch her life, you watch how she'll go away for three, four days, she'll come back, and she'll go, I think she just doesn't have the stamina."
Donald Trump doesn't seem too accurate about her not having the stamina. However, does she have all her wits about her?