Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders said he misspoke when he told reporters that his heart attack would "change the nature" of his campaign and how many events he will participate in. Sanders said Wednesday he plans to get back into the groove of a "vigorous" campaign.
"I misspoke the other day, I said a word I should not have said and media drives me a little bit nuts to make a big deal about it," Sanders told NBC News. "We're going to get back into the groove of a very vigorous campaign, I love doing rallies and I love doing town meetings."
"I'm healthy and we're going to run a vigorous campaign and we’re going to win this thing," Sanders said.