Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign made a welcome announcement on Sept. 14 that she will be returning to the campaign trail on Sept. 16 after taking a few days off to recover from pneumonia. Clinton seemingly collapsed in the streets of New York City last week and had to be rushed away. After resting at her daughter Chelsea’s apartment, she later emerged looking healthy and refreshed. In the last few days Clinton has been at her home in Chappaqua, New York where she was been resting. When Clinton does return she will appear in Greensboro, North Carolina at a campaign rally.
Clinton’s campaign spokesperson, Nick Merill, said of Clinton, “She has spent the day catching up on reading briefings, making calls, and she watched President Obama’s speech in Philadelphia on TV.” During Obama’s speech he rattled off a list of frustrations he has had with the presidential campaign, and why he believes Donald Trump is unfit to be president.
After Clinton’s speech in North Carolina she will hop on her private jet and zip up to Washington, D.C. where she will deliver an address to the Congressional Hispanic Caucus. Hispanics comprise around 25 million possible voters in America and have quickly become a must win constituency for either candidate. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has alienated Hispanics around America with his divisive rhetoric, which is why he is losing the key constituency to Clinton by anywhere from 25 to 50 points.