Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton suffered from a coughing fit during a speech at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem Tuesday.
During the speech, which her campaign characterized as “a major address on racial justice,” Clinton was forced to stop as she tried to get over her cough.
"Too much to say," Clinton managed to say.
“What’s wrong with her?” the conservative Drudge Report asked.
The crowd chanted her name during the fit, and Clinton continued speaking.
“You can’t start building relationships a few weeks before a vote,” she said hoarsely of her Democratic opponent, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
NBC's Kasie Hunt reported Tuesday that Sanders is taking a few days off from the campaign trail before the Nevada caucus to spend time with his family and rest due to a "persistent" cough.
This is not Clinton’s first coughing fit on the campaign trail: