Republican Party Presidential candidate Donald Trump held two rallies in North Carolina—an important swing state that’s up for grabs so far this election—last Tuesday: one at High Point University and the other 160 miles away in Kenansville (175 miles if he took a route through Chapel Hill).
That same day Democratic Party Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was scheduled to have a high-roller lunch-time fund raiser—between $2,700 and $100,000 per attendee—in Chapel Hill. She couldn’t make it and had to beg off. No reason given, just thanks, anyway.
Is Clinton’s health or stamina up to the task, whether of campaigning or of being President?