Candidates give up privacy when seeking White House

Hillary Clinton’s health isn’t a private matter anymore. Neither are her finances.

Same goes for Donald Trump.

It’s a fact of life in American politics today that voters expect a level of disclosure that would violate good taste, if not privacy laws, were it expected from anyone other than the men and women who want to be president.

Too bad; these people are running for the highest office in the land, and that demands the highest level of disclosure.