OP strategist Karl Rove doubled down Sunday on his doubts about Hillary Clinton's health, which last week drew a sharp rebuke from former President Bill Clinton.
"The Center for Disease Control says a concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury," Rove told his roundtable mates on "Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace," all of whom took issue, at varying degrees, with the former George W. Bush adviser's comments, reported in a headline by the New York Post's "Page Six," that "Hillary may have brain damage" from a 2012 concussion.
"I'm not questioning her health. What I'm questioning is whether or not it's a done deal that she's running, and she would not be human if she ?| did not take this into consideration," Rove said while dodging fire for his comments. "She'll be 69 at the time of the 2016 election. If she gets elected and serves two terms, she'll be 77."
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