U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, who has been staying at home since swooning at a 9/11 memorial ceremony due to pneumonia, will return to campaign trail on Thursday.
The former secretary of state is set to speak at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute gala in Washington D.C. on Thursday and due in several battleground states next week, said her campaign, which has promised to release Clintonâ€™s medical records later this week.
Donald Trump, her Republican rival, also promised to offer up more information about his health later this week, following quarrels between the two campaigns over which candidate is more secret about their health and wealth.
A damaging video of Clintonâ€™s faint at Ground Zero on Sunday has turned the issue of health transparency onto the central stage in their White House bids.
Clinton was diagnosed of pneumonia two days before she fainted on Sunday but her campaign had kept it quiet until the video was put online.
However, earlier on Tuesday, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid blasted the media for having blown Clintonâ€™s pneumonia out of proportion.
â€œYouâ€™ve all been unfair to Hillary, look at Donald Trump at his medical records, which are nonexistent,â€ he told reporters at a news conference.
Also on Tuesday, Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine suggested that Clintonâ€™s decision to keep campaigning despite suffering from pneumonia was influenced by the historic nature of her bid to become the countryâ€™s first woman president.
The U.S. is â€œuniquely bad at electing women to office,â€ the Virginia senator told a crowd at the University of Michigan, citing it a factor affecting her race against the New York billionaire.
Only 19% of the U.S. Congress is female, though it is the highest percentage in the countryâ€™s history, Kaine noted.
The September race is observed unexpectedly rough for Clinton as her wounds were rubbed salt into continuously, including a gaffe about Republican â€œdeplorableâ€.
A series of national poll results show that her lead over Trump has been narrowed since Labour Day.
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