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Back in Action at the Debate, Bernie Sanders Has Much to Prove

NYTimes.com Monday, 14 October 2019
Two weeks after suffering a heart attack, the Vermont senator will be trying to convince voters he has the strength to run a forceful campaign.
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Reps. AOC and Ilhan Omar Will Endorse Bernie Sanders for President. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (NY, D.) confirmed that she will endorse the Vermont Senator during a rally in Queens on Saturday. Sanders mentioned his "special guest" for the upcoming event during Tuesday night's Democratic debate....

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