Hillary Clinton's Medical Issues

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on her health after Republican Karl Rove suggested she may have traumatic brain damage.
2:57 | 06/07/14

Coming up in the next {{countdown}} {{countdownlbl}}

Coming up next:

{{nextVideo.title}}

{{nextVideo.description}}

Skip to this video now

Now Playing:

{{currentVideo.title}}

More information on this video
Enhanced full screen
Explore related content
Comments
Related Extras
Related Videos
Video Transcript
Transcript for Hillary Clinton's Medical Issues
Next to Diane sawyer's exclusive interview with former secretary of state Hillary Clinton making headlines tonight. Diane asking about medical issues after republican strategist Karl rove suggested she may have suffered traumatic brain damage after a fall in 2012. How is your health? Very good, thank you. How considers was it? It was, it was a serious concussion. The clot in addition, if the clot had dislodged. Can I tell you, that was a scary point. You had trouble with vision? I had, because of the force of the fall I had double vision for a short period of time, and I had some dizziness. Did you have trouble talking? No none of -- I had no problems. The only thing I had -- Headaches? No. I didn't have any of that. I felt fine, and I felt it was kind of silly that I was supposed to stay in bed. I ran into congressman Paul Ryan at the inauguration last year, and I had read he was this great athlete. I said congressman did you ever a concussion and he said yes, several, I had three, the last one was considers but my mother was smart enough to make me stay in. What happens to athletes, soldiers, young people in car accidents, all the reasons why people get concussions, they shake it off. I said I can get up and go to work. The doctor said no, you're going to rest so you'll have a complete recovery. Fast forward, I go home for Christmas and I want to go back to work. So my doctors say, okay, let's just do an mri to make sure that everything is healing as we think it is. So here's what they say. They say, the good news is the concussion is totally resolving like we told, you, it's going to be fine. The bad news is you developed a clot. You had a clot before. I had. Are they related? The blood thinners. I don't have want to go through that again. No lingering affects of any kind? No. So so you would release your medical records if you ran for president? I would do what other candidates have done, absolutely. What would you like to say to Karl rove about your brain? That I know he was called bush's brains in one of the books written about him, and I wish him well. We'll have more from the interview on "This week" from George stephanopoulos in the morning. You can catch the entire interview Monday night 9:00 P.M. Eastern. Nothing off the table. Her marriage, her plan for 2016, and when will we all know whether she's going to run, a look inside Clinton's life we have not seen before. On the eve of her new book, hard choices, that prime time special Monday night.

This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.

{"id":24042975,"title":"Hillary Clinton's Medical Issues ","duration":"2:57","description":"Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on her health after Republican Karl Rove suggested she may have traumatic brain damage.","section":"WNT","mediaType":"Default"}