WASHINGTON (WNB) - Hillary Clinton is blaming a medical condition for the shrill quality of her voice when speaking loudly. The candidate's explanation comes amid recent articles and criticisms from a variety of sources complaining about her inability to speak up without sounding unpleasant.
The Clinton campaign released the following press release Friday:
"Mrs. Clinton has a very normal, and many would say pleasant, speaking voice. However, when background noise necessitates additional volume, the physical strain exerts painful pressure on Mrs. Clinton's prolapsed bladder - a condition quite normal for women of her age. The pain naturally affects the quality of her voice, as it would anyone."