CNN's Zeleny: Clinton Fall Is Going To "Renew And Raise More Questions About Her Health"

CNN's Brian Stelter who earlier <a href="http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2016/09/11/cnns_stelter_to_media_do_not_give_oxygen_to_conspiracy_theories_that_hillary_clinton_is_secretly_ill.html">dismissed stories about Hillary Clinton's health</a> and admonished reporters for giving "oxygen" to "conspiracy theories," asked Jeff Zeleny, who is following the Clinton campaign for the network, to weigh in on the Democratic presidential nominee's health scare this morning. "This certainly is going to prompt and renew and raise more questions about her health potentially here. She is 68 years old. She will turn 69 in October, before election day," Zeleny said. Zeleny noted in recent weeks we have seen "selected images, pictures and video" of her stumbling causing Stelter to chime in and say they were "taken out of context." "We have seen it a lot over recent weeks, you know, some selected images and pictures and video of her either stumbling," Zeleny said. "Taken out of context," Stelter interrupted. The full exchange, from Sunday's broadcast of CNN's <i>Reliable Sources</i>: <blockquote>BRIAN STELTER, RELIABLE SOURCES: Very worrisome news to hear, obviously, Jeff. As someone who covers the Clinton campaign everyday, what can you tell us about how frequently Clinton may have any health issues. Because obviously for years, there have been conspiracy theories online promoted by conservative websites saying that she is secretly ill. The campaign denied that and her physician said she is fit to serve as president. JEFF ZELENY, CNN: Indeed, her physician said she is fit to serve as president. She's released more medical information than her rival has of course but still has not released all of her records that all candidates have had over the years. Now, this certainly is going to prompt and renew and raise more questions about her health potentially here. She is 68 years old. She will turn 69 in October, before election day. It has, you know, we have seen it a lot over recent weeks, you know, some selected images and pictures and video of her either stumbling -- BRIAN STELTER: Taken out of context. ZELENY: Taken out of context, yes. And I can tell you, Brian, I cover her a lot day in and day out on the campaign trail. Her schedule is very aggressive. We hear Donald Trump often saying, 'Oh, she is taking a nap in the middle of the day.' That's not true. She has a very rigorous campaign schedule. On Thursday, for example, I flew with her all day as she left the airport in Westchester around 10:00 a.m. after a press conference and we returned at 11:00 p.m. She had a couple different campaign stops, a couple different fundraising stops and working along the way. So she is keeping up a rigorous pace here. But there are going to be questions about her health. In this incident, this episode, this situation this morning in Manhattan is just the latest example of that. The fact <a href="http://abcnews.go.com/US/clinton-left-911-ceremony-feeling-overheated-campaign/story?id=42010474">the Clinton campaign putting out this statement this morning saying that she felt overheated at Ground Zero</a> and was taken to her daughter's apartment certainly is the information we have right now at this hour, Brian.</blockquote>