Senator John Fetterman, a Democrat from Pennsylvania, was rushed to a D.C. hospital

This is a breaking news story.

Pennsylvania Democrat Senator John Fetterman, who survived a stroke, was rushed to a Washington, DC hospital.

Daily Mail reports:

BREAKING NEWS: Senator John Fetterman taken to hospital after ‘feeling lightheaded’ as doctors check for another stroke

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Senator John Fetterman was taken to the hospital this evening.

The Pennsylvania Democrat, who was diagnosed with Stokes on May 13 last year, is currently undergoing tests at George Washington University Hospital in Washington DC.

A spokesman for the politician said on Wednesday night: ‘Towards the end of today’s Senate Democratic retreat, Senator John Fetterman is starting to feel light-headed.

‘He left and called his staff, who picked him up and took him to George Washington University Hospital.

‘Preliminary tests have shown no evidence of new Stoke, but doctors are running further tests and John is staying overnight for observation. He is in good spirits and talking to his staff and family.’

Fetterman suffered his stroke in May days before Pennsylvania’s Democratic primary, but he still won the race handily.