Media reporters engaged on Twitter Sunday over the coverage of the health of the presidential candidates.

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The issue became a much-debated topic after Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonMcGrath reshuffles campaign in home stretch to Senate election Appeals court blocks Hillary Clinton deposition on private email server What Biden must do to keep his lead and win MORE left a 9/11 memorial ceremony early, and was captured on video stumbling as she entered a car.

The Democratic nominee spent time at her daughter's New York City apartment Sunday afternoon before exiting, briefly greeting the press and heading home to Chappaqua, N.Y.

It started when Fox News host Sean Hannity tweeted the video of Clinton at CNN media correspondent Brian Stelter, asking “What now Brian?” — seemingly questioning how the media would cover the latest report on Clinton's health. 

 

 

Stelter responded by saying he’d addressed the breaking news on his show, “Reliable Sources.”

 The Hill’s media correspondent, Joe Concha, then retweeted a portion of the exchange. 

 

 

Concha added that it floors him that "any questions raised about a candidate's health are dismissed as conspiracy" and asked if any pundits would say that both Clinton and her Republican rival should be examined.

 

 

  

 

Clinton went back to her Chappaqua home on Sunday after spending time at Chelsea Clinton's apartment without her press corp. Her early departure from the ceremony raised questions about the candidate's health — which some Republicans have been vocal about over the past several weeks.

In a commentary piece last week, Concha argued that what's been happening with Clinton's health "is worth noting. And those who advocate suppression of such information are the ones pushing for irresponsible journalism, not the other way around." 

He promised his column running Monday on The Hill would delve into the issue further.