Sen. Chris Van Hollen had a stroke while delivering speech in Western Maryland.

Sen. Chris Van Hollen had a stroke while delivering speech in Western Maryland.

An American attorney and politician, posted a full statement, saying, he was admitted to George Washington University hospital after experiencing lightheadedness and acute neck pain while he was delivering a speech in Western Maryland.

Check his statement from his official Twitter account given link bellow

Sen. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., was hospitalized this weekend following a stroke, the senator revealed Sunday night through social media, and also said he is much better now.

"This weekend, after feeling lightheaded while delivering a speech, I sought medical attention at the recommendation of the Attending Physician," Van Hollen posted on Twitter. "I’m feeling much better but will follow doctors' orders and curtail my schedule for the next few days."

"Earlier today, an angiogram indicated that I had experienced a minor stroke in the form of a small venous [sic] tear at the back of my head," the senator added. "Fortunately, I have been informed that there are no long-term effects or damage as a result of this incident, but my doctors have advised that out of an abundance of caution I remain under observation for a few days."

Van Hollen, 63, has served in the U.S. Senate since 2017. As reportedly he is not the only Democratic politician to suffer a stroke this weekend but John Fetterman the US Senate candidate and Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor too suffered a stroke on Friday, according to a statement issued by his campaign on Sunday.

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