CNN Correspondent: Clinton Health Coverage is “Sexist”


Liberals in this country are doing just about anything they can do downplay the seriousness of Clinton’s health issues.

CNN host Christiane Amanpour has even gone as far as suggesting that the heavy coverage of the Democratic nominee’s health is “sexist.”

“Can’t a girl have a sick day or two?” Amanpour said, before asking: “What about Donald Trump’s tax returns, where are they?”

Amanpour’s response comes after Hillary Clinton has experienced many coughing fits on the campaign trail as well as almost collapsing getting into her van after leaving the 9/11 memorial early on Sunday. Her campaign later revealed that she had pneumonia, while saying she had become dehydrated and overheated.

While Amanpour bashed Republicans for being concerned that a possible future president of this country, she failed to mention past male presidential candidates who had their health scrutinized. In 2008 Republican nominee John McCain and in 1996 nominee Bob Dole were both scruitinized and torn apart by democrats for their health and their age. The same thing happened when President Ronald Reagan went for re-election.

Scrutinizing candidates for their health is by no means “sexist.” The American people want to know and deserve to know that the person they elect to run our country isn’t going to fall sick from an illness shortly after being elected.

See Amanpour put a spin on the coverage of Clinton’s health issues below:

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