Fetterman Claims to Have Released More “Medical Evaluation” Than Virtually Anyone, and Expected Debate “Would be a challenge”


    In an interview with CBS that was released this Thursday, U.S. Senate candidate and Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman (D) stated that he's released “more kinds of medical evaluation” “than virtually anyone, unless you're running for president.” He also said that he was present for the debate he knew “was going to be a challenge, given somebody that's in recovery after having a stroke.”

    CBS News Chief Election and Campaign Correspondent Robert Costa asked, “Some voters we’ve spoken to in recent days say they still have some doubts about your health. What would you say to them to convince them otherwise?”

    Fetterman replied, “I would say we have shown more and shared more kinds of medical evaluation, more than virtually anyone, unless you’re running for president. And I’ve been campaigning all across Pennsylvania. I’ve been in front of thousands and thousands and thousands of people. And we’ve been trying to be very very transparent, showed up for a debate. We already knew that was going to be a challenge, given somebody that’s in recovery after having a stroke. And I’m sitting [in] a chair with you right now to have this conversation to really just address the fact that I’m absolutely set to serve.”


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