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Doctor suggests Hillary Clinton's apparent eye problems could be result of fall in 2012

MailOnline Friday, 23 September 2016 ()
Doctor suggests Hillary Clinton's apparent eye problems could be result of fall in 2012Retired Texas physician John Coppedge has referenced Hillary Clinton's apparently unusual eye movements during a speech, writing that she has a problem with a cranial nerve.
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News video: Doctor: Hillary Clinton Is ‘Fit To Serve’; Audio Excerpt

Doctor: Hillary Clinton Is ‘Fit To Serve’; Audio Excerpt 00:28

Hillary Clinton is “recovering well” from pneumonia and remains “fit to serve as President of the United States,” her doctor said in a letter released Wednesday by her campaign.

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