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Google Asked to Hide Concerns Over Clinton's Health

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By    |   Monday, 22 Aug 2016 11:59 AM

After Rudy Giuliani recently told people to "go online and put down Hillary Clinton's illness [and] take a look at the videos for yourself," in an attempt to highlight concerns over the Democratic nominee's health, New York Times columnist Farhad Manjoo called on Google to fix its search engine results so it doesn't "give quarter to conspiracy theories."

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Breitbart reports that demands for Clinton to make a full disclosure of her health have increased as recent pictures on the internet have supposedly shown her not at full strength and lacking stamina.

The Clinton campaign has consistently pointed to a July 2015 letter from her doctor saying she is healthy, and the fact-checking website Politifact has declared that there appears to be no factual evidence to any of the conspiracy theories surrounding her health.

However, the Clinton campaign has refused to issue a more recent medical report.

Fortune said that if Clinton is elected she would be the second-oldest president to take office and it is reasonable to wonder about her health, but there is no actual evidence that Clinton suffers from a debilitating, diagnosed physical or mental disorder.

It points out that the "leaked" medical records turned out to be forgeries and that videos purportedly showing her to have peculiar or worrisome behavior were heavily edited in an attempt to give them that appearance.

Many of the concerns about Clinton's health are based on a real 2012 incident in which, suffering from a stomach virus, she fainted and suffered a concussion and was then diagnosed with a blood clot.

However, her doctor has stated that those initial symptoms were resolved within two months and that all traces of the condition cleared up by the next year.

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After Rudy Giuliani recently told people to "go online and put down Hillary Clinton's illness [and] take a look at the videos for yourself," in an attempt to highlight concerns over the Democratic nominee's health, New York Times columnist Farhad Manjoo called on Google to...
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