HILLARY CLINTON has decided to run for president in 2016, but doctors have warned that pursuing her dream of becoming America’s first female commander in chief could kill her!
In a bombshell world exclusive, The ENQUIRER has learned Hillary wants to spurn her doctors’ advice and announce her candidacy on June 4, 2014 – the day her late mother would have turned 95.
Sources say the 66-year-old former first lady and her husband Bill are already laying the groundwork to build a $5 BILLION war chest to fund her campaign, with their daughter Chelsea playing a major role.
But after surviving a string of devastating medical crises, Hillary remains haunted by her historic decision, and insiders say anxiety over her well-being could derail her candidacy.
“Hillary’s doctors have painted a grim picture of her health,” said a close source. “Behind the scenes, they’re telling her, ‘Running for president will kill you.’
But Hillary wants to ignore her doctors because she’s so desperate to be America’s first female president.
“She believes it’s what she was put on earth to do, and there’s no convincing her otherwise.
“But Bill, who has wrestled with severe health issues including several heart operations, is telling Hillary that they need to think long and hard about this.”
As The ENQUIRER has reported, former secretary of state Hillary has struggled with a number of health concerns. She faced a brain cancer scare after a faint- ing spell resulted in a concussion in December 2012.
Following extensive testing, doctors discovered a blood clot in a vein between Hillary’s brain and her skull behind her right ear. The dangerous clot was dissolved with blood thinners during a frightening hospital stay.
She also fainted while speaking in Buffalo, N.Y., in 2005. In 2009, she broke her elbow in a fall in the State Department garage, and in January 2011 he collapsed while boarding a flight in Yemen.
Dr. Jerome Spunberg, a radiation oncologist and medical expert in West Palm Beach, Fla., who has not treated Hillary, suspects she may have under- lying medical issues.
“The blood clot and fainting spells reveal that she is not in the best of health,” Dr. Spunberg told The ENQUIRER. “She’s probably suffering from some form of cardiovascular disease that may be causing dangerous changes in blood pressure and a tendency to develop blood clots. As she gets older, the pressures of running for office – and, if she wins, assuming the presidency – can increase her risk of heart attack, stroke and other deadly diseases.”
Dr. Gabe Mirkin, author of “The Healthy Heart Miracle,” who has not treated Hillary, says he’s noted “a radical change” in her, and believes the truth about her medical condition has been withheld from the public.
“In the past, she was an incredibly vigorous woman who experienced many stressful situations without succumbing to health issues,” Dr. Mirkin told The ENQUIRER. Despite doctors’ warnings, Hillary decided to run for president after a heart-to-heart talk with Bill around their 38th wedding anniversary on Oct. 11, a political insider told The ENQUIRER.
“Hillary will likely defy her doctors and announce her candidacy on June 4, which would have been her mother Dorothy’s 95th birthday,” a family insider told The ENQUIRER.