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South Dakota Republican Senator John Thune says House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, the comments are hyperbolic.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler had to doctor Friday supplies scare after health, at an event in New York City.
Despite reports that the mighty New York appeared to be a Democrat, passed out, his office said that he only felt sick, but not weak. A spokesman for Nadler told Fox News that the Congresswoman “okay,” and “seems to be is dehydrated,” describe the room as very hot.”
Nadler, 71, was speaking at a press conference on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, in addition to 2020, the Democratic hopeful, New York City mayor Bill de Blasio, as the incident occurred De Blasio could be seen to be in control of him, and patted him on the shoulder, as someone brought over a glass of water.
Fox News said the Congressman was taken to a hospital in an ambulance.
“He is now responsive and will receive a check-up,” a spokesman for Fox News said.
Nadler’s office noted that he sat so that he was “not weak or so.”
But local reporters on social media, participate in the event, said that Nadler seemed to short out.
Later, Nadler, on Twitter, said he felt “much better.”
“You will appreciate every concern. Was very warm in the room this morning, was obviously dehydrated and felt a little sick. Like to liquids to receive and feel much better. Thanks for your thoughts,” he tweeted.
Nadler Committee is currently struggling with the trump manage on the access to an unredacted version of the Special Counsel, Robert Müller Russia-report. To hold earlier this month, the panel voted attorney General Bill Barr, in contempt of Congress for defying a subpoena for the full report and the underlying documents and evidence.
Nadler, as the Chairman of the Committee on legal Affairs, would also all impeachment oversee procedures should bring the Democrats-a question, has the party.
Fox News’ Chad Pergram contributed to this report.