The Media (D) is still trying to prop up their girl, Hillary. A careful edit of Bill’s interview with Charlie Rose COMPLETELY changes the meaning.
Watch the edited version:
What did Bill actually say?
Here’s the full interview:
(Listen to Bill’s statement at around the 56 second mark)
An apparent slip of the tongue where Bill Clinton said his wife Hillary had ‘frequently’ experienced fainting episodes like the one that occurred Sunday got left on the cutting room floor when CBS aired its interview with the former president.
Clinton said his wife was ‘feeling a lot better’ in his interview with ‘CBS This Morning’ host Charlie Rose. But then the former president revealed she has experienced other fainting episodes ‘on more than one occasion’ with language that probably wasn’t helpful to his wife’s effort to reassure the public.
Asked whether there was a more serious illness at work, Clinton responded: ‘Well if it is, it’s a mystery to me and all of her doctors, because frequently — well not frequently, rarely — but on more than one occasion, over the last many, many years, the same sort of thing happened to her when she got severely dehydrated.’
But in the clip that got broadcast Monday evening, the part about ‘frequently – well, not frequently, rarely’ got cut out. It did air during a fuller broadcast Tuesday morning.
Clinton’s initial statement that there were ‘frequently’ other episodes might have prompted still more questions about Clinton’s health, after one former Democratic National Committee Chair has said the party should at least think about updating policies in the event of replacing someone on the ticket.
…Describing the likely cause of what happened, Clinton told interviewer Charlie Rose, taking care with each word he chose: ‘Frequently, not frequently … rarely but on more than one occasion over the last many many years – same sort of thing’s happened to her when she’s gotten severely dehydrated,’ Clinton said.
‘And she’s worked like a demon as you know – secretary of state and as a senator and the year since,’ he added, speaking to Clinton’s heavy work load.
Bill said Clinton made the ‘correct’ decision to ‘cancel her campaign date’ – she jumped off the trail and skipped a California fundraising swing. He is standing in for his wife at her next rally in Pennsylvania.
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