John Fetterman says the stroke he suffered will "change everything" in his life
John Fetterman, the Democratic candidate whose health was mocked by his Republican opponent,
Mehmet Oz, during the hateful race for Pennsylvania's US Senate seat,
admitted that the stroke he suffered in May would "change everything" in his life.
Fetterman and his opponent, whose career as a celebrity TV doctor has sparked claims of quackery over allegedly fake diet pills
and dubious Covid drugs, threw bitterness at each other during the campaign.
Earlier this month, Fetterman addressed allegations of animal cruelty against Oz dating back to his time as a researcher at Columbia University.
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