Fetterman Might Have Permanent Brain Damage: NYT Report

  • A top aide to Democratic Pennsylvania Sen. John Fetterman said Friday his senate campaign might have caused permanent brain damage, contradicting a letter Fetterman’s doctor wrote that said he “can work full duty in public office.”
  • According to a report in the New York Times, Fetterman has been struggling to adjust to his new life as a U.S. Senator. Fetterman, who was hospitalized Wednesday after feeling lightheaded at a Senate retreat, has reportedly been frustrated with the fact he might have “set himself back permanently” by not resting enough after his stroke.
  • The report says Fetterman is accepting he might have permanent brain damage. The Times also noted that those close to him are worrying he is still pushing himself too much and that it could be “detrimental.”
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