Fetterman says his stroke recovery 'changes everything,' but that he’s fit to serve as senator
Fetterman discusses effects of stroke on daily life in new interview
Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, the state’s Democratic nominee for Senate, told NBC News in an interview published Tuesday that his daily life has been significantly different since he had his stroke in May. “It changes everything. Everything about it is changed,” Fetterman told NBC’s Dasha Burns about his day-to-day experience. The interview, which will…
John Fetterman admits stroke 'changes everything' but says he is fit to serve in rare interview
Pennsylvania Senate hopeful Lt. Gov. John Fetterman acknowledged the stroke he suffered in May has taken its toll, but stressed that he will be able to serve Pennsylvanians.
Fetterman Says His Recovery ‘Changes Everything’
Pennsylvania U.S. Senate candidate John Fetterman (D) told NBC News that he still struggles to understand what he hears and to speak clearly following a stroke in May.But he added that his recovery “changes everything” and that it would not affect his ability to serve in the Senate.Said Fetterman: “I don’t think it’s going to have an impact. I feel like I’m gonna get better and better — every day. And by January, I’m going to be, you know, much …
'It changes everything': John Fetterman reflects on recovery process after stroke
In an exclusive interview with NBC's Dasha Burns, Democratic candidate for Senate in Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman discusses his road to recovery and new challenges he faces after suffering from a stroke. NBC news agreed to conduct the interview using closed captions.
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