Will Clinton's Health Disclosure Help or Hinder Trump?
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton released a letter from her doctor saying she’s in good health and fit to serve as president, an effort to settle questions about her physical condition that intensified after she stumbled while leaving a Sept. 11 commemoration. The two-page letter, made public on Wednesday, says she’s recovering from a bout of pneumonia and her vital signs are all within the normal range. The release of Clinton’s medical information on Wednesday afternoon was a bit of political gamesmanship, coming just hours after Republican Donald Trump revealed some of his health history at a taping of the “Dr. Oz Show” Wednesday in New York. Hillary Rising author James Boys discusses this and the outlook for the presidential campaign with "On the Move" hosts Guy Johnson in London and Caroline Hyde in Berlin.