WATCH: CNN ‘Cuts’ Clinton Collapse Video & Makes It Look Like She Only Tripped at 9/11 Ceremony

CNN appears to have edited footage of footage of Hillary Clinton stumbling before getting swept away in a black van at the September 11 anniversary ceremony in NYC to make it look less serious. You can watch the soundless GIF above, with Anderson Cooper commenting on the left.

In the footage, Clinton barely trips before entering her getaway van.

The apparently edited footage was first noticed by users on the subreddit for Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump, where it quickly shot to the top of the bulletin board website. You can watch the original video below.

Clinton’s health has recently become a major focal point for both herself and her opponent, Donald Trump. After the health scare on Sunday, Fox News said in a report on their website that a law enforcement source said that Clinton left because “she wasn’t feeling well.”

Speaking live on the network, Leventhal said:

She unexpectedly left early because of what appeared to be a medical episode. I have a law enforcement source who was there, who was 15 feet away from Hillary Clinton. He said she was standing on a curb with her protective detail waiting for her motorcade.

They were surprised to see her because she wasn’t meant to be leaving yet… When it finally rolled up my source said she stumbled off the curb, appeared to faint, lost one of her shoes, which wound up underneath the van…

The protective detail helped her into the van and the van took off, presumably in the direction of the hospital.

It was later revealed by the Clinton camp that she has also been suffering from pneumonia. On Sunday, Clinton’s physician released a statement, tweeting:

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BULLSHIT!!! Your trying to cover up AGAIN!!!! WE ALL KNOW YOUR A BUNCH of LIAR’S!!!! Your a DISGRACE to the United States of America. and there are more AMERICANS with Latin Ethnicity that SEE Right through you!!!! ARE YOU THAT IGNORANT!!! PLEASE. Open your EYE’S. 👀

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