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Trump, Clinton pause campaigns to honor 9/11 victims at Ground Zero

With just 8 weeks until Election Day, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, both self-described "New Yorkers" paused their campaigns in honor of 9/11. They were both at Ground Zero today, the former site of the Twin Towers. It was then that the memorial turned memorable.

According to Clinton's campaign, the Democratic candidate felt overheated and had to leave the service early. New video (click the above link to watch) shows Clinton stumbling as her team tries to help her into a van. You can see she loses her balance as aides try to hold her up. Clinton was brought to her daughter Chelsea's apartment. Shortly after, she was seen walking out of it. No word yet on how Clinton's diagnosis will impact her campaign schedule.

During a pre-taped interview that aired this morning on CNN, Clinton said the images from 9/11 are still seared into her memory. Clinton was a New York Senator in 2001 and says she was on her way to the Senate when the first plane hit. The next day, Clinton was aboard one of the few planes allowed off the ground that day.

Donald Trump also paused his campaign to attend this morning's Ground Zero memorial service. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who served during those attacks, joined Trump in the crowd. All three Republicans were sitting in the same row, just a few chairs away from Clinton and her team.

Trump stayed for the entire service. After leaving, cameras caught up to him to ask his thoughts on Clinton's health. Trump simply said he doesn't know anything about it, and has yet to comment via social media.