Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is not slowing down after all, he told NBC News on Wednesday. Sanders said he "misspoke" Monday when he hinted that he might "change the nature" of his Democratic presidential campaign and reduce his number of events following what turned out to be a heart attack last week. "We're going to get back into the groove of a very vigorous campaign, I love doing rallies and I love doing town meetings," he said. "I want to start off slower and build up and build up and build up." Sanders also disputed claims that his campaign had attempted to downplay or even hide that his health incident was indeed a heart attack, calling it "nonsense."

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