Sanders had cancelled campaign events until further notice, but the USA senator will be back in time for the debate featuring 12 of the top candidates for the Democratic nomination to challenge Republican President Donald Trump in 2020.
Prior to Jane Sanders' statement, ABC News asked about his attending the debate and a campaign official said, "He will be at the debate". Following a medical review, the campaign mentioned he was learned to bear a blockage in one artery and therefore had two stents successfully inserted.
Okay, I understand we haven't even gotten to the third debate yet, and the Iowa caucuses are not until February, but look at what's happened just in the last few days.
At 78, the Vermont senator is the oldest Democratic contender for president.
In late September, Sanders unveiled his plan for generating revenue to fund costly social spending proposals, such as his Medicare for All plan, through taxing the ultra-rich in the country.
"I think it's - again, not being mean", Carlson concluded minutes later, writing off Sanders' campaign, "It's done, It's over".
Bernie Sanders is considered to be one of the current frontrunners for the election.
The sudden medical procedure begs the question: How serious is this heart condition, and how might it affect Sanders' future health? "And no one should fear going bankrupt if it occurs", he continued.
"[Campaign] operations are continuing as usual and he will be at the debate", Sanders campaign spokeswoman Sarah Ford told CNBC on Thursday.
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Sen. Bernie Sanders is recovering after having heart stents installed, canceling his presidential campaign events until further notice.
Still, Sanders is far from formally suspending his campaign or dropping out.
Earlier this year he was running consistently in second place behind former vice president Biden, who is two years younger, in the race for the Democratic Party nomination for president.
However, Sanders' health concerns coincide with overall questions about his campaign's political health.
The first nominating contest is not until February 3 in Iowa, but Sanders is one of 12 candidates scheduled to participate in the fourth Democratic debate in OH on October 15.
New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said Sanders' hospitalization highlighted the rigors of running for office.
Warren and Biden are followed by Vermont Sen.