"Sen. Bernie Sanders: I don't think it helps, or hurts, but I'll tell you one thing that I look forward to doing". "I'll make sure I have the strength to do what I have to do". "Thank God, I have a lot of energy, and during this campaign I've been doing, in some cases, three or four rallies a day all over the state, Iowa, New Hampshire, wherever".
Sanders' campaign has said he will be at next week's Democratic presidential debate in Ohio.
Rainè Riggs, the daughter-in-law of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, died Saturday shortly after being diagnosed with neuroendocrine cancer, according to Lee & Martin Funeral Home in Burgettstown, Pa. Dr. Riggs was 46. He has since been recovering from his heart surgery. Those who have spoken to him say that he is quick to shut down questions about his health, insisting that he's fine, and that he vowed to remain in the 2020 race during a Monday conference call with his entire campaign staff.
The 78-year-old stressed that he still intends to be "actively campaigning", but perhaps at a more measured pace.
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Sanders, who is resting at home in Burlington, VT, on Tuesday morning told reporters outside of his home that in the past couple of months, he'd started feeling tired more than usual.
Of course, the senator's health scare-which started as an announcement that he had been hospitalized and had received two stents inserted to address a blockage in an artery-prompted concerns over his run.
Of how this will affect voters' perceptions of Sanders, the former aide, who requested anonymity to speak candidly, said, "My sense is most people don't really care, because even if you're drawn to Bernie, you're not drawn to him because he gets on a skateboard".
Riggs was married to Sanders' son Levi and the couple has three children. "Heaven help the opposition". In a video by CNN of the exchange he had with reporters, Sanders said he'd be back on the trail "soon". Gonna see him on a regular basis to get some checkups, and obviously I'll be on and off in Vermont and so we're gonna meet him today. He previously promised to release his medical records and reiterated that, saying, "We will release them at the appropriate time". Weissert reported from Washington.