Bernie Sanders says he will run ‘vigorous’ campaign after heart attack

Sanders says he'll resume campaigning 'as soon as possible'

Sanders says he'll resume campaigning 'as soon as possible'

He added that his team is going "to get back into the groove of a very vigorous campaign".

In this image taken from video, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. No candidate has experienced and disclosed a potentially life-threatening health incident while running for a major party's White House nomination.

"That's nonsense", Sanders said.

Bernie Sanders has retracted his previous statements about his intent to slow down his presidential election campaign after a recent heart attack.

"But we're here to help him make that transition."Earlier this week Sanders told reporters he may have to change some of his campaign tactics while he rests and heals from two stents placed in his chest during surgery.Turner said she's been spending a lot of time in Southern Carolina, but she and others will fill in on the trail until Sanders is back to his normal schedule."I will be going into other states even more, so we're just going to rally around the senator, like a campaign family should do when your principal needs you, even more so", Turner said".

"I want to start off slower and build up and build up and build up", he said. In a seven-minute, straight-to-camera video released Thursday morning by his campaign, the Vermont senator spoke poignantly about lying in his hospital bed last week and the emotions he felt after experiencing a heart attack-but he also did something more.

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Sanders is recuperating at home, and it is unclear whether he will return to the campaign trail before the fourth Democratic debate in Westerville, Ohio, on Tuesday, which he plans to attend. It will likely be the first chance for voters to examine whether he is vigorous or showing signs of weakness after his health ordeal. Elizabeth Warren has steadily gained ground, virtually tying with former Vice President Joe Biden at 27%, according to Real Clear Politics. A Real Clear Politics average of polls between September 23 and October 7 showed Warren with 26.6% support, Biden with 26.4% and Sanders with just 14.6%.

With millions of viewers watching, the debate offers an opportunity for Sanders to confront the inevitable questions about his health and the viability of his campaign.

Senator Sanders discusses his health with the press. "That, for him, it's more than just a campaign for the presidency". "He is though the master for pulling other people down with him". And his campaign is built on rallies and on his presence as much as media appearances. "First and foremost, he is a human being", she said. "The day I woke up after the procedure, no pain. I think we acted absolutely appropriately". But I certainly intend to be actively campaigning.

On the evening of October 1, he was at an event in Las Vegas and asked for a chair to be brought on stage "for the first time in my life", he said.

And Sanders has plenty of money to power his way well into next year's primaries. Days before, he reported a third-quarter fundraising total of $25.3m, the largest of any Democratic candidates.

Still, the campaign's handling of the heart attack showed a lack of transparency about his health that could rattle voters. His campaign confirmed on Friday, days after he was hospitalized, that the senator had had a heart attack. Later, he asked supporters, "At the end of the day, if you're going to look at yourself in the mirror and you're going to say, 'look, I go around once". It doesn't matter if he's running for president. 'But one of the things that just went through my brain, is what would have happened if I did not have the good health insurance that I have?'

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