Hillary Clinton injured in slipping incident

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Twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton had a hard time navigating stairs in India. Even with help ambulating her decent, she slipped twice. Although helpers prevented a true fall, according to Wednesday reports, the slips may have resulted in an injury.

In a video taken Monday, Clinton can be seen descending stairs while she was visiting Jahaz Mahal in Dhar’s Mandu. During her first slip, Clinton is attended by a man whose arm she’s gripping to maintain balance on uneven stairs. When she slipped, Clinton used her right-hand to brace for the fall, at which point she could have injured herself.

The Washington Examiner reports: The Times of India reported Tuesday that Clinton had to cancel some of her events as a result of the injury. A team of doctors from a nearby hospital advised Clinton to rest.

The former Democratic presidential nominee is in the country to promote her book, What Happened, about her stunning loss to President Trump.

Clinton’s sprain comes just months after she fell down stairs and broke her toe during her book tour in London.

After the first slip, another man came to her aid and together the two men helped Clinton finish walking down the steps. Then she still slipped again, prompting Clinton to remove her shoes in an attempt to better navigate the tricky slope.

Also during her India trip, Clinton made several statements that sparked outrage and even embarrassed Democrats. Some Democrats reportedly want her to stop talking about the 2016 presidential election.

“The View” co-host Megan McCain said the Clinton’s were a “virus” and also said that they should “move on” from the election.

If you missed it, you may watch the video of Clinton’s slips HERE.

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