Fetterman Still Hospitalized, Second Stroke Ruled Out

The New York Times reports:

Senator John Fetterman, the Pennsylvania Democrat who suffered a near-fatal stroke before winning his seat last year, spent a second night in the hospital on Thursday as doctors ruled out another stroke but monitored him for signs of seizure, his spokesman said.

Mr. Fetterman, 53, was admitted to the hospital on Wednesday after feeling lightheaded while attending a Democratic Senate retreat in Washington. After an M.R.I. and other tests, doctors ruled out another stroke, the spokesman said. As of Thursday night, there had also been no signs of seizure.

Mr. Fetterman has experienced auditory processing issues since the life-changing stroke he suffered in May, just days before the Democratic primary. Since then, he has relied on closed captioning to help him communicate.

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