Clinton team avoided ER to conceal details of her medical treatment

Comment: “Everyone had it but it’s not contagious. Gotcha.”

“Hillary was surrounded by germs (no wonder she had pneumonia!), but she wasn’t going to pass them on to her grandkids or the little photo-op flower girl (not that kind of pneumonia). She just got diagnosed on Friday. How do they know what germs are causing her pneumonia? How do they know she’s not contagious?”

New York Post: Clinton’s spokesman said that in addition to her illness, “several of the senior staff have been afflicted with something or other for the last few days.”

“I was sick for a couple of days. I had the mild form of it,” Fallon said.

The stricken staffers included campaign manager Robby Mook, and two top aides who needed emergency medical treatment — one of whom was taken by ambulance to a hospital emergency room after collapsing from severe dehydration, People magazine reported.

Fallon told CNN that Clinton’s pneumonia, which she is treating with antibiotics, was “not contagious.”

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