Imagine you are attending a party with Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Robert Schumann, Ludwig von Beethoven, Edgar Allen Poe, Mark Twain, Vincent van Gogh, and Georgia O'Keefe. Maybe Schumann and Beethoven are at the dinner table discussing the crescendos in their most recent scores, while Twain sits on a couch telling Poe about the plot of his latest novel. O'Keefe and Van Gogh may be talking about their art, while Roosevelt and Lincoln discuss political
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is just as real as diabetes or ulcers. They can still make important decisions. If you tell the public, then people will doubt her ability to be president. Also, if you tell the public, then you must tell all the candidates health information to the public. This allows slippery slope to happen.
In conclusion, I wouldn't tell the public that the candidate for president has depression. It's their decision to tell the public, not mine.