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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie responded angrily to a former White House physician who claimed on national television earlier this week that his health could not handle the rigors of being president.
The long-awaited release of Sen. John McCain's medical records show the presumptive Republican presidential nominee is a cancer-free 71-year-old with a strong heart and threw the health issue back into the court of his likely — and younger — opponent, Sen. Barack Obama. TWT EDITORIAL: Jindal for vice president? TWT EDITORIAL: Lock and load, and wedlock
As Americans kick off Memorial Day weekend, Sen. John McCain today will release 400 pages of his medical records to a handpicked group of reporters who can neither walk out with the documents nor photocopy them, illustrating the campaign's sensitivity about the 71-year-old candidate's age and health.