Politics
As he investigates Trump's aides, special counsel's record shows surprising flaws
NATION POLITICS ESSENTIAL WASHINGTON

Hillary Clinton's campaign revealed Sunday, after the Democrat felt unwell and left a Sept. 11 commemoration, that she was diagnosed Friday with pneumonia.

  • Clinton, feeling unwell, leaves a Sept. 11 service early
  • Later, her doctor says she has pneumonia, and her campaign cancels her trip to California
  • Clinton expresses regret for calling half of Trump's supporters "deplorables"
  • Here's why Clinton's "deplorables" comment isn't really like Mitt Romney's 47% claim
  • Donald Trump: Iranians who harass the U.S. Navy "will be shot out of the water"

Hillary Clinton leaves 9/11 event in New York after feeling unwell

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leaves the 9/11 Commemoration Ceremony on Sept. 11. (Justin Sullivan / Getty Images)
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leaves the 9/11 Commemoration Ceremony on Sept. 11. (Justin Sullivan / Getty Images)

Hillary Clinton left early from a Sept. 11 memorial service in New York on Sunday after feeling unwell.

Her campaign spokesman Nick Merrill released a statement saying that the Democratic presidential nominee left the commemoration ceremony after an hour and a half because she felt "overheated."

"During the ceremony, she felt overheated so departed to go to her daughter's apartment, and is feeling much better," Merrill said.

Shortly before noon, Clinton left her daughter’s apartment, wearing sunglasses and waving at diners at a nearby restaurant.

"I'm feeling great, it's a beautiful day in New York," Clinton said.

The incident is likely to give new ammunition to Clinton's critics who have been arguing in recent weeks that she does not have the "stamina" to be president.

Clinton has denied any health problems.

Latest updates

By the numbers

How does Clinton or Trump get to 270 electoral votes? Play with our map.

Third debate scorecard: Here's who's winning each round

All things Clinton | All things Trump

Who's endorsing who? Find out which celebrities support each candidate.

Find out which Republicans support Donald Trump

Get free news and analysis in your inbox daily from our political team.

Copyright © 2017, Los Angeles Times
EDITION: California | U.S. & World
59°