Tucker Gets The Inside Scoop From Donna Brazile On Hillary’s Health [VIDEO]

Former DNC interim chair Donna Brazile’s relayed her recollection of Hillary Clinton fainting on the 9/11 anniversary before the 2016 election to Fox News host Tucker Carlson Wednesday.

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Carlson asked, “So you have this scene in the book that’s been much remarked upon, where Hillary’s really sick, you say she’s overworked, and she’s got a bronchial infection, maybe pneumonia, and she’s so sick, that you have this moment where you think maybe we need to replace her, maybe she won’t be able to continue, and that’s the point at which you said, ‘Maybe the Vice President would be a good replacement…’”

The Daily Caller co-founder continued, “That’s such a big deal, that it was striking when I read that, I thought here there are a thousand reporters covering this campaign, and not one of them picked up anything like that, that the candidate’s health was that bad? That she was being considered maybe not able to finish? Do you think reporters knew that? How could they not know that?”

Brazile said, “Well let me just tell you, I had a lot of reporters were calling my office, calling my home, texting me, sending me emails. In fact, there was a reporter that I mentioned that broke the story to me that she had fainted. And I immediately called up to Brooklyn and I tried to reach people on the road with her to find out if this was a rumor, as you well know, with the Russian meddling in our campaign, and yes, it happened, there were so many rumors that you had to debunk, and so by the time I saw the video, when the video went viral–you can imagine what was happening within the Democratic Party, what was happening inside of the inner circles…”

“Oh, I remember, and everything was fine. ‘Everything’s fine!’” Tucker said.

Brazile added, “Every five to seven minutes…Hillary is a friend. I cared about her health. I cared about her campaign but the last thing I want, I wanted to know how she was doing. I wanted to know if she was okay…”

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