The Democratic National Committee is set to hold an emergency meeting during which it will consider replacing Hillary Clinton as a presidential candidate after her collapse in New York yesterday.

According to Emmy award winning broadcaster David Shuster, Democratic Party operatives will stage a crisis summit during which they will begin the search for an alternative in light of Clinton’s health problems – and an apparent effort by her campaign to cover them up.

A source told Shuster that the combination of her campaign hiding the fact that Hillary had been suffering from pneumonia for the past three days, in addition to the shocking footage of her fall in New York represented “unchartered political territory.”

“We can make contingencies, argue, plead with Hillary Clinton, but DNC bylaws are clear her nominee status now totally up to her,” a top Democrat sold Shuster.

According to another DC source, powerful donors are now “preparing for the worst” should Hillary be unable to continue on the campaign trail.

In addition, Hillary’s top advisors expressed concerns that the shock footage of Hillary appearing to faint was a massive game changer.

“The Clintons have this notion that they only go as far as they need to” in terms of disclosure, an ally close to the former president told Politico. “They can’t afford to approach this that way.”

“It’s going to be something that people aren’t going to be able to stop talking about, so we’ll see,” added James Carville, a long time close confidante of Hillary Clinton.

Another unnamed source close to the Clintons said the fainting video “adds a new, unwelcome element” to the presidential race.

As we reported last week, even before her fall, top Democratic strategists were panicked that Hillary’s health was becoming a major issue that could cost Clinton the election.


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