Add sporadic hearing to Hillary Clinton’s list of ailments.
After a speech in Greensboro, North Carolina on Thursday, Hillary was asked about why her husband said she had “the flu” when it was reported she had “pneumonia,” she didn’t address the question.
“Secretary Clinton, why did Bill Clinton say you had the flu when you actually had pneumonia?” she was asked.
She walked right by, acting as though she didn’t hear the question.
But she easily heard Huma Abedin talking to her from several feet away.
The question was in reference to Bill Clinton’s statement on Wednesday in Las Vegas, when he discussed her bout with “the flu,” and then even made a sarcastic comment about her apparent illness.
“I’m glad to have the chance to stand in for Hillary today,” Clinton said.
“She did it for me for a long time it’s about time I showed up and did it for her.
“But I just talked to her, she’s feeling great. I think she’ll be back out there tomorrow.
“It’s a crazy time we live in, you know, when people think there’s something unusual about getting the flu,” Clinton said.
“Last time I checked, millions of people are getting it every year.”
Hillary’s campaign said Sunday she was diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday.