JUST IN: New reports have just revealed the supposed real way Hillary Clinton fractured her wrist while she was in India this week.
Daily Mail reported that Clinton allegedly injured her right hand when she fell in a bathtub on Tuesday at the palace where she was staying in Jodhpur, India. Doctors were called to the Umaid Bhawan Palace, where they diagnosed Clinton with a sprain.
However, when the pain got worse on Wednesday, Clinton went to Goyal Hospital to get it checked out. After she was X-rayed, doctors there found that she had a hairline fracture.
Suresh Goyal, the CEO of Goyal Hospital in the city of Jodhpur, said she came to the hospital early Wednesday morning and “was here for about 15-20 minutes.” On Thursday, Clinton wore a scarf over her right arm and hand as she toured monuments in the city of Jaipur.
This injury came after Clinton was caught on camera falling twice while touring a palace in India on Monday. Clinton could not make it down the stairs of a palace that she was touring in one piece even though she was being helped down by two male aides.
Bizarre injuries such as this one are nothing new for Clinton, as they seem to happen to her all the time. Though Donald Trump was labelled “sexist” for questioning Clinton’s health during the election, she actually has a long history of random injuries from “falls” dating back to her time as Secretary of State.
Five months ago, Clinton broke her toe during a fall in London. In an interview right afterwards during which she wore a surgical boot, Clinton tried to downplay the injury with a convoluted story about it.
“I was running down the stairs in heels with a cup of coffee in hand, I was talking over my shoulder and my heel caught and I fell backwards,” she explained in the interview. “I tried to get up and it really hurt. I’ve broken my toe.”
Clinton was caught on camera collapsing during her campaign as she left the 9/11 Memorial in New York City. She later claimed that she had been diagnosed with dehydration and pneumonia.
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