In yet another uncontrollable coughing fit, Hillary Clinton choked her way through a Labor Day speech in Cleveland.
"We almost lost Hillary over the weekend. A four-minute coughing fit," Glenn said on radio Tuesday.
Trying to joke her way out of the moment, she said thinking of Trump made her allergic.
"I don't know if she has tuberculosis or what, but if she would have put a napkin up to her face and it was splattered with blood afterwards, I wouldn't have been surprised," Glenn said.
Hillary coughed for four minutes and could barely speak at moments. Sitting behind her, the vice presidential candidate had cough drops at the ready to hand over.
"She should be on a cough drop drip," Co-host Pat Gray said.
"Seriously, I mean, the coughing thing, it's bad. It's bad. Listen to this. This is from yesterday," Glenn said.
He then played audio of Hillary kicking off the speech in Cleveland, racked with coughs from the very beginning.
"You know, if there's nothing to it, just explain it. You know, I have allergies . . . it was a funny line on the Trump thing, but nobody buys it after all this time. What is it?" Pat said.
"It doesn't make sense," Glenn said.
Hillary has stumped for years for her husband and different politicians, but the coughing is a new development with this election season.
"She talked for years, she's been on the road. It's only been the last year and half this has happened. Is she talking more on the campaign trail this time than she did in 2008?" Glenn asked.
"No, she's talking less," Pat said.
Any other presidential candidate would be crucified for incidents like this.
"Is it possible that she has some weakness? They said she almost had a stroke. Does she have some weakness where her windpipe is not closing the way it should and she's sucking stuff into her windpipe?" Glenn asked.
"When you suck in a bug?" Co-host Stu Burguiere asked.
"There's something happening with a weakness on her windpipe," Glenn said.
Ironically, the podium displayed the word "stronger," Stu pointed out.
"The issue to me isn't the coughing. It's those words she gets halfway through and the word just dies. It makes her sound like she's 1,000 years old and in hospice," Stu said.
And that is not the look you want from a president.
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Featured Image: Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at the Recreation Center on the campus of the Cuyahoga Community College, March 8, 2016, in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by J.D. Pooley/Getty Images)