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Bernie Sanders to ‘Change the Nature’ of His Campaign After Heart Attack

09 October 2019

Riggs, a neuropsychologist, was married to Levi Sanders, who ran unsuccessfully for a New Hampshire congressional seat in 2018. "I assume he'll be far more vigorous", said RoseAnn DeMoro, a Sanders confidante and former executive director of National Nurses United. I do know that we will continue on because we have to.... we promised her we would. It also revealed that she was holding her mother's hand at the time of her passing and was being told how loved she was.

Sen. Bernie Sanders: We'll release them. We promised to take them on great adventures, to take as many pictures as we could, to live every day as if it were the last, to share in their heartaches and celebrate their achievements. She also owned Riggs Geriatric Psychology in Windsor, Vermont, and spent time volunteering with homeless veterans, pediatric hospice and at ground zero in the aftermath of 9/11. "She made sure the summer was filled with little trips and never wasted a day".

Venturing outside his Vermont home on Tuesday, the 78-year-old senator is slowly easing back into the 2020 presidential race, telling reporters he "should have listened to those symptoms".

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"I don't think I'm going to do that", said Sanders.

"I must confess, I was dumb", Sanders said in front of his house, speaking in soft, calm tones with his wife, Jane O'Meara Sanders, looking on behind him.

"We were doing, in some cases, five or six meetings a day, three or four rallies and town meetings and meeting with groups of people", he said outside his home in Burlington, Vermont. "And yet I, in the last month of 2, just was more worn out than I usually have been".

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He urged others to listen to their symptoms.

"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. "And you know, when you're hurting, when you're worn out, when you have pain in your chest, listen to it", he added.

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Bernie Sanders to ‘Change the Nature’ of His Campaign After Heart Attack