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>> Hillary Clinton, back on the campaign trail Thursday after taking three days off to recover from pneumonia.>> How are you doing, how you doing?>> I am doing great, thank you so much.>> The Democratic Presidential nominee holding a rally in Greensboro, North Carolina. Her first public event since falling ill at a 9/11 memorial ceremony on Sunday.
A top aide saying Clinton took the time to, quote, sharpen the final arguments she will present to voters in these closing weeks. But Reuters' Amanda Becker says the public appearance comes at an important time for the candidate.>> She has about a week and a half before the next debate.
Apparently she has started to do some of her debate prep while she's at home recovering. But she really needs to get back on the campaign trail. She'll actually be at the United Nations General Assembly, where she'll meet with the presidents of Egypt and Ukraine. To kind of probably show her looking like a world leader going into that first debate.
>> Clinton late Wednesday released a letter from her personal physician, saying she'd been diagnosed with non-contagious bacterial pneumonia, but that she is recovering with antibiotics and rest and that she is fit to serve as President. The candidate's health has been a major attack line from GOP rival Donald Trump.
Though he had initially refrained from commenting on this weekend's incident, he did allude to Clinton's stamina at a rally in Ohio.>> Do you think Hillary would be able to stand up here for an hour and do this? I don't.>> The first debate between Trump and Clinton will be held on September 26th.