Clinton back on campaign trail after releasing health info

The letter-written by Lisa Bardack, Clinton's longtime physician and chair of internal medicine at CareMount Medical-comes three days after Clinton stumbled at a 9/11 memorial early Sunday and had to leave the event. Video filmed by a passerby subsequently emerged showing her losing her footing as she got into her waiting vehicle.

The revelation of Clinton's pneumonia diagnosis drew fierce criticism from supporters and opponents alike, who accused her team of attempting to hide the candidate's health condition.

Since the beginning of August, a growing portion of Americans have expressed a negative view of Clinton.

In releasing a letter from Trump's doctor Thursday, Trump's tream appeared to take a swipe at Clinton's brief absence from the campaign trail. Her letter made no mention of her weight, a key part of a medical exam; nor did a similar letter released previous year.

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A March CT scan of her brain and sinuses showed no abnormalities and mild chronic sinus inflammation.

According to the campaign, Clinton was diagnosed wth a mild form of non-contageious bacterial pneumonia and is under treatment with the antibiotic Levaquin.

Libertarian nominee Gary JohnsonGary JohnsonPoll: Clinton, Trump tied in four-way race New Hampshire Union Leader endorses Johnson for president Johnson, Stein unlikely to make first debate stage MORE has 8 percent and Green Party nominee Jill Stein has 4 percent. So far Clinton is winning the health transparency game by a wide margin by having released two letters from her doctor.

Other than that television appearance, Trump has only released a vague doctor's note predicting the Republican nominee would be "the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency".

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Trump was interrupted and then heckled after he began to attack rival Hillary Clinton.

Trump, 70, has faced calls to release a more exhaustive version of his medical history, after medical experts called into question the legitimacy of a hastily written assessment Bornstein issued a year ago, that asserted Trump "will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency". A clip released on Tuesday showed him handing over two letters to the TV doctor, Mehmet Oz. "Additionally, Hillary has made public almost 40 years of tax returns over her lifetime", Mook said in a statement.

It was later disclosed that the doctor who wrote the only public documentation about Trump's health spent five minutes writing the report. He continues to hide his taxes and business dealing behind fake excuses. And it begs the question: "what is he trying to hide?" Tim Kaine, also released his health information in a letter from Dr. Brian P. Monahan, the US congressional physician.

The latest pneumonia diagnosis added to the several conspiracy theories regarding the 68-year-old's medical condition.

Clinton campaign releases new health information
Campaign aides also released medical information about Clinton's running mate, Tim Kaine, the 58-year-old senator from Virginia. Bardack said Clinton is up to date on all vaccines, including two given to help prevent pneumonia - Prevnar and Pneumovax.

Neither candidate has released the type of detailed or voluminous medical records provided by past presidential candidates such as US Senator John McCain, who in 2008 allowed reporters to review 1,173 pages of medical records after concerns were raised about a cancer scare. He said on the show that he gets exercise during the campaign by delivering speeches at rallies, calling them "a lot of work" and requiring "a lot of motion".

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