Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., admits that he's no doctor - and doesn't play one on TV - but he thinks that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton looks perfectly fine to him.
After Karl Rove, former President George W. Bush's political strategist, suggested on Monday that the former diplomat, senator, first lady and potential 2016 Democratic presidential candidate may have lingering health issues from a fall she suffered in December 2012, Graham weighed in Tuesday with his own diagnosis.
'She seems robust, vibrant and feisty," Graham said. "I see nothing that suggests a medical problem. Anybody that looks at her, you can tell she's very much in the game. I don't see any lingering effects. I'm not a doctor. She'll have to prove that she's capable, just like Sen. (John) McCain did (in 2008).'
The New York Post's Page Six reported Monday that Rove seemed to suggest that Clinton has suffered brain damage. The 2012 fall caused a blood clot that forced her to postpone testifying to Congress on the Sept. 11, 2012 attacks on the U.S. mission and CIA annex in Benghazi, Libya.