VIDEO: Sanders Flips on His Promise to Release His Medical Records

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BY TEAM DML / FEBRUARY 11, 2020 /

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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) on Sunday waved away concerns about his unfulfilled promise to disclose his medical records before the first votes were cast this election cycle.

NBC’s Meet the Press anchor Chuck Todd pushed the presidential candidate on his promise last September to release his full records. Sanders at the time said he would release full medical documentation before the first votes were cast—a deadline that, with Iowa’s Democratic caucus last Monday, has now passed.

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Sanders demurred, claiming that “we have released as much documentation I think as any other candidate.”

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Todd pushed back, reminding Sanders, “But no other candidate has had a heart attack.”

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