Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's cough she said was induced by allergies has gone into her lungs and caused her to have "walking pneumonia."
According to Clinton's campaign, the former Secretary of State was diagnosed Friday between a national security panel briefing, press conference, interviews and fundraiser.
Donald Trump supporters used the opportunity to stoke conspiracy theories about Clinton, claiming, "something is going on" and alluding to a larger problem.
It was this response, as well as the comments from Trump supporters online, that prompted activist and filmmaker Michael Moore to fire off a frustrated tweet. "All [you] have to do is read the hateful comments about Hillary's health incident today and then ask yourself, whose America do [you] want to live in?" he tweeted.
All u have to do is read the hateful comments about Hillary's health incident today & then ask yourself, whose America do u want to live in?— Michael Moore (@Michael Moore)1473626076.0
He did admit, however, that not releasing the information sooner didn't look good for a campaign that is trying to show Clinton is capable of transparency.
Well, pneumonia. That's serious. Campaign kept it hidden Fri/Sat/Sun. No wonder the crazies get traction. Dems are pros at losing elections.— Michael Moore (@Michael Moore)1473630394.0
Moore also took a swipe at Clinton campaign staffers for not being there to help her.
Feel so sorry for Hillary. Watch the video of her at van. Hardly any1 helping her. Just 1 woman on her arm at 1st. Men just standing around.— Michael Moore (@Michael Moore)1473630793.0