Hillary Clinton speaks about pneumonia, Trump will release health records

NEW YORK — Hillary Clinton may want us to think she is fine as a feather, but doctors orders have her resting up at home.

Clinton's calling in sick. Pneumonia has the Democratic presidential nominee canceling campaign events this week. After stumbling into her van during a Ground Zero's 9/11 ceremony, it is clear she is not doing so hot.

Clinton said she was committed to being at the memorial event, regardless of how she was feeling.

"I felt dizzy and i did lose my balance for a minute," Clinton said. "But once I got in, once I could sit down, once I could cool off, once I had some water, I immediately started feeling better."

Who knows, Clinton may have caught the bug from her crew. Reportedly, pneumonia's been spreading among campaign staffers since last month. This includes senior staffers and campaign manager Robby Mook.

Surprisingly, Donald Trump sent her "get well soon" wishes Monday morning on an interview on Fox & Friends.

So, is this health scare troubling potential voters?

Monica Kalra said she's only human  and has such a demanding schedule.

"She's 70 years old," Kalra said. "She has a very tough job, a 24/7 job, so I think she has a right to take a sick day."

Both nominees are set to release their medical records, once and for all.

Latest poll said Clinton's holding the lead. She's at 46 percent as opposed to Donald Trump's 41 percent.

Take it easy, Mrs. Secretary.  You have a presidential election to rest up for!