Bill Clinton to leave board of foundation health project

"We built an organization that helped 430 million people in 180 countries just by getting people together, including organizing the first 500 tons of medical equipment to the Ebola epidemic, and it didn't cost the tax payers a penny", Clinton said.

"You know, it is something that has occurred a few times over the course of my life, and I'm aware of it, and usually can avoid it".

Already, the Democratic presidential nominee has faced significant criticism about ties between the charitable foundation started by her husband and her role as secretary of state.

What Bill was trying to say, it seems, is that it's no surprise to him that she's let some basic nutrition slide while working her butt off.

Over the course of about 40 minutes, the former president spoke dismissively of Hillary Clinton's email scandal, argued that Donald Trump's immigration proposals are misguided and suggested that the Republican nominee's call to "make America great again" was racially tinged code for rolling the clock back 50 years.

"But if you sent me to Puerto Rico to figure out how they could work their way out of bankruptcy, I could do that".

"I want him to grow up in a country where he has opportunities", he said of Preston.

Hillary Clinton and Trump are locked in intense contest for the Silver State's six electoral votes, with recent polls showing a statistical dead heat and both making regular campaign stops.

Republican Rick Tyler, who worked on Ted Cruz's 2016 presidential bid, said that if Trump does raise those issues, they will "fall on deaf ears".

"I think you should choose answers over anger", he said. "Says I'll fit it all and make it all the way it used to be", Clinton said.

She was diagnosed with mild, non-contagious bacterial pneumonia, her doctor said, a step the campaign took after the candidate had to take three days off the campaign trail after almost collapsing at an event on Sunday. It's not so much what Hillary's health is like, but how much she and the media are willing to lie about it.

The controversy began Monday when Clinton told Charlie Rose on his PBS program that his wife had "frequently" suffered spells like the one she had Sunday at the September 11 memorial in New York City, where she almost collapsed.

Trump appears to have no shot at moving California and its 55 electoral votes into contested territory, as he had said he would, according to The Times.

Charlie Rose of CBS News asked Bill Clinton Monday if there was any chance his wife's faintness on Sunday could be a sign of a more serious illness.

"I don't think I'll be persuaded by the rally, but I'm willing to listen", he said. "Does he agree with his wife that half of us in the Silver State are deplorable or desperate?"

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