Bill Clinton said it was his interview from Haiti on ABC’s “Nightline” that first alerted him to potential health problems. From the NY Post:
“I saw an interview I did with ‘Nightline’ in Haiti which terrified me,” said Clinton. “I looked like I was 185 years old. My color was bad.”
Clinton was hospitalized last week and had two stents placed in his coronary arteries.
Video from Cynthia McFadden‘s “Nightline” interview with the former president after the jump.
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