GREENSBORO, NC (WBTV) - After many questions this week surrounding the health of Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, the presidential hopeful spoke to a large crowd Thursday afternoon at UNC Greensboro. Her message was about making America stronger together.
The Clinton campaign also released more medical records on Wednesday that stated she "was normal and she is in excellent mental condition."
Her health was the first thing Clinton addressed.
"I tried to power through it, but even I had to admit that a few days of rest would do me good," said Clinton.
At a 9/11 memorial in New York City on Sunday, Clinton was seen leaving early, staggering and receiving help from her aides.
Republican nominee Donald Trump has criticized Clinton's campaign for not releasing more information sooner. Clinton admitted to the media shortly after her speech that her campaign could have reacted faster in releasing that information.
However, it does not seem to have an impact on her supporters.
"It really does not concern me because everybody has health concerns, health issues. She is just a human being like everyone else," said Nodia Mena, a supporter.
"Sick or not sick, she is still the one I want to be president," said Acquanetta Booker.
"Overall, I am just hoping that she can put it behind her and move forward," said Randy Swink.
Clinton used her illness to talk about healthcare and the need for it to be universal. She also hit on hot buttons in North Carolina, starting with HB2.
"Just ask the people and businesses of North Carolina. Look at what is happening with the NCAA and the ACC. This is where bigotry leads and we cannot afford it - not here, not anywhere else in America," said Clinton.
She also took aim at the voter ID laws.
"You know what your legislature tried to do? They tried to make it harder for young people to vote, harder for people of color, harder for those with disabilities," said Clinton.
"Secretary of State, Senator, she lived in the White House. I think she knows what she is doing," said Catherine Maged.
"She has detailed a few detailed plans. I do feel that she needs to deliver more specifics as far as actual dollar amounts," said Swink.
Clinton's speech was under 20 minutes, but effective in showing her supporters that she is OK.
Clinton spent Thursday night in Washington speaking to a group of young Hispanic students. Trump will be back in North Carolina early next week at High Point University.