WATCH: Hillary barely makes it up a single step without help

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By Phillip Stucky, DCNF  DC-NEWS 300X71

Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton could barely make a single step up a platform during a campaign rally in Lake Worth, Fla. Wednesday.

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The video shows Clinton walking to the stage amid applause. Then, who appears to be a Secret Service officer goes to her side to help the Democratic nominee to the stage.

Clinton stops waving, looks down at the step, and makes an obvious effort to mount the stage.

Compare that to this April video where Trump climbs a barrier in California in order to avoid protesters at the state’s GOP convention in San Francisco.

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This is hardly the first video that shows Clinton struggling during a campaign event. Clinton visibly dragged her feet when she had to leave a 9/11 memorial event early in September, prompting the campaign to admit the candidate was ill with pneumonia.

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