Videos of 78-year-old Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders dancing lit up on social media after the Vermont senator showcased his moves at an event in Machester, New Hampshire on Saturday (November 23) evening.
A Bernie Sanders campaign volunteer recorded the 78-year-old Democratic presidential candidate boogying down at a party in New Hampshire, and the video took off on social media.
The Vermont senator shared a clip on his Twitter page, showing him shaking it to ABBA on Saturday night (November 23), and writing, "having the time of my life." Sanders suffered a health scare last month when his campaign announced the candidate had a heart attack.
That prompted questions about whether his age might be an issue for voters.
He's the oldest of at least 18 Democrats vying for the nomination.
After a coronavirus outbreak occurred in a Vermont prison over the summer, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has restructured its guidelines as to what qualifies as "close contact" with a person infected with COVID-19.
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Appearing virtually for the confirmation hearing of President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Senator Patrick Leahy, a Democrat from Vermont, on Monday criticized the confirmation process of Amy Coney Barrett going ahead so close to the election.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Monday penned a letter to Walt Disney Co. CEO Bob Chapek and chairman Bob Iger concerning the recent theme park layoffs the company made, which officials largely blamed on California for not allowing Disneyland to reopen.
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[NFA] Republican Senators Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Susan Collins of Maine broke ranks with President Donald Trump on his plan to swiftly hold a Senate vote on a potential successor to late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Lisa Bernhard produced this report.
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