As we reported lately, Hillary Clinton’s presidential election campaign was turned topsy-turvy due to her serious health issue. According to the report, Hillary Clinton was diagnosed with Pneumonia this Friday. The whole matter was disclosed to public on Sunday, when she nearly fell unconscious near her van. After the incident, Hillary Clinton decided to take a few days off from the election campaign, at her home in Chappaqua, New York. However, the 3-day sick leave has placed her in a perilous ballgame, as the opposing Republican candidate, Donald Trump, took advantage of the situation to make a valid argument in front of public.
According to a recent report, Hillary Clinton has decided to resume her election campaign, today, on September 15, as little time is left in general elections. According to one of the Clinton’s senior advisors, a lot of hard work and effort will be required by Hillary Clinton in order to get back in the game, considering the fact that Trump is a very controversial candidate, which makes them “harder to be heard”. According to Jennifer Palmieri, who is a top abettor in Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, the unplanned vacation will provide Hillary Clinton with a chance to devise a powerful strategy to overcome the opposition in the closing weeks.
Donald Trump, on the other hand, disclosed the results of his recent physical examination this Thursday. According to the results, Trump maintains normal cholesterol levels and blood pressure. In order to rack up more points, Trump’s campaign also stated that in spite of rigorous and punishing schedule of his campaign, he has been able to maintain his stamina throughout, and is perfectly fit to handle the clamorous job of president of the United States.
As Hillary resumes her campaign, her speech today in Greensboro, North Carolina, will be focusing on how the full potential and the God-given talent of a child can be utilized. Additionally, in an attempt to make a comeback as a potential candidate, Clinton’s campaign has also declared that Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders will be campaigning for her in the state of Ohio on Saturday, where Trump and Clinton are in a close competition.
On the other hand, Donald Trump’s support continues to increase as a result of his skillful and apt campaigning. According to the results of a recent poll conducted by New York Times, Trump and Clinton tied at 42 percent among likely voters, while the other 16 percent of voters opted for other candidates. The poll was conducted through September 9 to 13 that registered votes from a total of 1,433 registered voters.
In the party conventions held back in July, Clinton was in the lead by a great margin. However, in light of the recent events, Trump is in close competition with Hillary Clinton among the general population.