After failing to convince anyone that she is much of a historian, Trump spokesperson Katrina Pierson tried her hand at playing doctor on MSNBC Thursday afternoon, diagnosing former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with “dysphasia.”
Appearing with MSNBC’s Kristen Welker, Pierson jumped on the “Clinton is sick” car of the Trump train, speculating, based upon “reports of observations of Hillary Clinton’s behavior and mannerisms,” that Clinton suffers from “dysphasia” — a neurological condition that limits a person’s ability to communicate or understand speech.
According to Pierson, Clinton’s condition stems from a concussion she suffered almost two year ago.
Despite host Welker reading a statement from Clinton’s physician, knocking down right-wing conspiracy theories as not being “based on any medical facts,” the Trump spokesperson ignored the host.
“It is extremely important to note that Hillary Clinton has taken a lot of time off the campaign trail. It is something that needs to be addressed,” Pierson maintained despite the fact that Clinton’s doctor did just that when it comes to medical problems.
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To be clear, Shapiro denies that's what he meant.
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