Published: Thu, October 10, 2019
Worldwide | By Lisa Hogan

Sanders Campaign Tries to Keep Momentum in His Absence

Sanders Campaign Tries to Keep Momentum in His Absence

"I think we're gonna change the nature of the campaign a bit, make sure that I have the strength to do what I have to do", he told reporters Tuesday evening outside of his home.

The exam served as a follow-up appointment after Sanders was hospitalized for more than two days when he suffered a heart attack last week on the campaign trail. His doctors said two stents were inserted into Sanders's heart and that he was "conversing and in good spirits". And yet I, in the last month or two, just was more tired than I usually have been.

He urged others to listen to their symptoms.

Sanders was in Nevada last week when he experienced what his campaign described the next morning as "chest discomfort". Not only was he himself campaigning at a relentless pace prior to the heart attack, but he consistently comes in the top three in polls, raised the most money in the third fundraising quarter, and has qualified for both the October and November primary debates.

Bernie Sanders, one of the leading 2020 candidates, has been off the trail for a week since he suffered a heart attack on October 1. He did though acknowledge that his health issues may be something that voters take into account when they judge his candidacy. Farrow in the book also says that in September 2017, the month before he would publish his New Yorker piece in which numerous women accuse the film producer of sexual harassment or assault, Weinstein proposed a docuseries on Clinton to NBC News International President Deborah Turness, who told him it "sounds absolutely stunning".

"If there is any message that I hope we can get out there, its that I want people to pay attention to their symptoms", Sanders said. So, he visited a new doctor on Tuesday.

"[The strategy] is to show that this campaign continues to have momentum and energy and enthusiasm", says Rep. Ro Khanna, a national co-chair to the Sanders campaign. Sen. "Everything that happens every day weighs on how people think about you". "When you're hurting ... listen to it". He previously promised to release his medical records and reiterated that, saying, "We will release them at the appropriate time".

"How do you go on day by day when your heart just keeps breaking over and over?" Here are five things you should know about Rainè and her life.

Like this: