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Five things that could happen if ill health forces Hillary to drop out

The party's national committee must pick her successor, but that's only part of the story

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Hillary Clinton’s health is under scrutiny after a video surfaced showing the Democratic presidential nominee stumbling into a car after abruptly leaving a 9/11 ceremony over the weekend.

Her campaign spokesman on Monday said she did not faint, as was widely reported by media outlets, but her campaign did reveal Clinton had been diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday.  

Some Democratic leaders are already publicly affirming running mate Tim Kaine’s ability to step up should Clinton withdraw her candidacy, and reports have surfaced claiming Democratic National Committee leaders are scheduling an emergency meeting “to consider a possible replacement” for Clinton should she drop out.

Rumors surrounding Clinton’s allegedly frail health have been swirling for years, and it’s safe to say few people outside of Clinton and her inner circle know how healthy she truly is.

But what would happen if she withdrew from the presidential contest? Here are five things to consider:

This article continues at [Intellectual Takeout] What Happens If Hillary Drops Out?

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