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Karl Rove says Hillary Clinton's 2012 injury would be a campaign issue




US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton speaks during a joint press conference with Peruvian President Ollanta Humala (not in frame) at the Government Palace in Lima on October 15, 2012.
US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton speaks during a joint press conference with Peruvian President Ollanta Humala (not in frame) at the Government Palace in Lima on October 15, 2012.
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Karl Rove denies he said Hillary Clinton had brain damage recently, but continues to question her health based on her “health episode” in December 2012, when she had a stomach flu and fainted, suffering from a concussion, that led to the discovery of  a brain clot.

Former Republican Vice-President, Dick Cheney’s heart condition forced him to answer many questions about his ability to hold office.

Many believe Hillary might run in 2016, are questions about her age and health politically motivated? Or, are these questions important to ask of a person who runs for the most powerful public office in our land?

Guest: 

Chris Moody,  Political Reporter, Yahoo! News