Introducing Grimes, Loeffler & Moorehead
Karen: Let's see now . . . Hillary feels unwell, but not enough to stop campaigning; instead, the infection suddenly worsens and makes itself known, at which time she is diagnosed as having pneumonia. She wisely takes her doctor's advice and takes a few days off to recuperate, doing some thinking (and studying for the debate) along the way. She comes to the debate stage looking refreshed and well. Donald's Rump, however, comes to the stage completely unprepared, under the mistaken notion that he "does better that way," when he actually suffers from adult ADHD and could not "study" if his life depended upon it. Moreover, accepting such a diagnosis as attention deficit hyperactive disorder (which, by the way, is the opinion of Rump's ghostwriter--Tony Schwartz--who had to tolerate Rump's weird behavior to write "Art of the Deal") would be like admitting weakness or failure somehow. So Rump goes undiagnosed and unmedicated. Probably why Rump also wouldn't get medicated for his sniffles, choosing instead to guzzle water like Marco Rubio in the desert and sniff his way through the debates, drawing the attention and comment of millions of viewers. Which candidate made the better decision about personal health?