Amid increasing questions of Hillary Clinton's health and stamina, Dr. Gerard Gianoli, M.D., clinical associate professor at Tulane University, made a call for the Democratic nominee’s medical records Tuesday night.
"I think we need to see the report from her neurologist; I think we need to see the report from her ophthalmologist, and I also I think we need to see some post-concussive testing that’s been done," Dr. Gianoli told Newsmax TV's "Newsmax Prime" host J.D. Hayworth.
"I guarantee you if the same scenario was with [Donald] Trump, the media would be all on top of that, demanding that he release the medical records."
Gianoli, a neuro-otology expert, cited a number of instances Mrs. Clinton displayed potentially problematic health issues, adding "the biggest concerns I have is there is a lot of unknowns" voters could use some insight on, particularly when it pertains to her balance and brain functioning.
"She is going to have cognitive issues if that is the scenario, and as a voter, I would like to be reassured that is not a problem," Dr. Gianoli told Hayworth.
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Just one day earlier, pollster John Zogby on "Newsmax Prime" said that Clinton's possibly failing health could be a game-changer in the election race.
"You're just starting to get leaked out some more specified stories about Hillary Clinton's health," Zogby said Monday. "And if they are anywhere near as serious as some of the blogs are suggesting, it could be a game-changer."
Dr. Gianoli said Tuesday a Clinton statement on her health won't do either — it needs to come in the way of a medical exam from an independent health panel.
"The bigger issue is she being truthful with us? And we know from her past she has hidden other things," Dr. Gianoli said.
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