(NewsNation) — Pennsylvania Senate candidate John Fetterman said in an interview with “The View” he feels he’s been “very transparent” with voters about his health since he suffered a stroke that almost killed him in May.
Fetterman, who is currently Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor, has faced questions about his health challenges and his fitness to serve. But, on “The View” Friday Fetterman defended his ability to serve.
The hosts of “The View” challenged Fetterman on his unwillingness to release his full medical records and instead releasing two letters from his doctor.
“And I think we have been very transparent, and all of our doctors believe both from June and in October all agree that I’m fit to serve,” Fetterman said.
Fetterman was eager to talk about the endorsement he received from Oprah Winfrey.