Sanders undergoes successful outpatient procedure

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders underwent a successful outpatient procedure Thursday to remove a basal-cell carcinoma from his cheek.

The former Democratic presidential candidate returned to work in Washington after the hour-long procedure and later flew back to Vermont.

Sanders, 75, has kept busy the past few weeks and has emerged as a leading critic of President-elect Donald Trump. The senator blasted Trump’s pick of Rex Tillerson for secretary of state, calling the decision “very dangerous,” and on Saturday, Sanders tweeted that the President-elect was “a pathological liar.”

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