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CONWAY: As we know from this past weekend, clearly Donald Trump. We saw Hillary Clinton with our own two eyes struggling the other day. We certainly hope, Mr. Trump and I and our entire campaign certainly hope that she’s well — CAMEROTA: And she has said now that she was suffering from pneumonia. She got the diagnosis on Friday. This is all Mr. Trump has released about his health. Four paragraphs, as you know, from his gastroenterologist who says that Mr. Trump is — his health is astonishingly excellent. It also says that all of his latest medical examinations and tests were only positive results, which of course is funny because that means something’s wrong, but that’s not what he meant. So how can this be considered transparent? CONWAY: Wow. You can laugh all you want at the medical report, but as far as I can see, there are two major party candidates running for president and only one of them has pneumonia and lied about it, especially to the press, because she always thinks that she has — she treats you all like second-class citizens, won’t have a press conference, and when she pretends to have press avail, I’m going to be uplifting and aspirational (ph), then goes on to attack tens of millions of Americans the very next day. CAMEROTA: But about health — CONWAY: And then — and then — we all saw her by the van. try this websiteBut Alisyn, this is what I expect from the Clinton campaign. I really don’t expect it from journalists. We’re talking about Hillary Clinton and her pneumonia and what happened on 9/11 which we all saw with our own two eyes, and it takes us about ten words to get to Donald Trump. So he had a physical last week — CAMEROTA: Because you are the campaign — yes. And will you be releasing the results of that? CONWAY: Yes. He said he’ll release them probably this week or whenever the doctor has the report prepared. CAMEROTA: What exactly will he be releasing? His entire medical history, or just the results of the last checkup? CONWAY: I don’t know, but I’ll tell you what he won’t be releasing. He won’t be releasing the fact that he had pneumonia for two days and lied about it. CAMEROTA: Lied, or didn’t disclose? Is there a difference? CONWAY: I guess if we’re talking about Hillary Clinton, lying and didn’t disclose is so different, right? It’s always parsing the words. Excuse me, respectfully, one person is off the campaign trail right now. We wish her well. We’re glad that she told Anderson Cooper last night that she’s feeling better, that she expects to rejoin the campaign trail. We’ll see her at the debates. But the idea that we shift immediately to the person who is keeping the most punishing schedule of any presidential candidate, it’s unbelievable. He’ll be in seven or eight swing states this week, five rallies. Just yesterday was in Baltimore and Asheville. Today he’s on his way to Iowa and then Pennsylvania. Tomorrow’s Ohio and another state.

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