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WASHINGTON DC: Apparently Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal are in tune in regards to their coughing fit.

Hillary Clinton had another coughing fit during this week's "The MAKERS Conference," recalling her health struggles on the 2016 campaign trail.

During the conference on a live feed from New York, Hillary gave closing remarks for the three-day Makers Conference in Los Angeles, which urged women to continue raising their voices in speaking out against sexism, racism and bigotry, reported the Daily Mail.

“I pledge to continue to speak out. I pledge to never give up...” Clinton said as she began coughing.

“I will do everything I can...” she tried to continue.

Reaching for a glass of water, Clinton stares at the camera as she gulps the drink and says that she will do "everything I can to keep my voice" and "advance the rights and opportunities of women."

Hillary's health came under particular question after she collapsed at a 9/11 memorial ceremony in 2016.

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