Sen. Bernie Sanders pledged to release 10 years of tax returns, like Elizabeth Warren's Democratic nominee in 2020
But he did not give time when he could release them.
Then added: "They are very boring tax returns." Some democrats criticized Sanders for not being more forthcoming with his financial information during the first of 2016 when he only publicly disclosed his earnings from 2014 Some context:
President Donald Trump's refusal to release his tax returns, a departure from more than 40 years of tradition, condemns Democrats and ethics observers who worry that they can conceal assets in an attempt to deviate from potential conflicts of interest . Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren is leading the call for greater transparency on the part of the president and her fellow Democrats.
"I have put the last 1
They are very boring tax returns. There is not much money from speeches, there are no big investments and, "he said then, like him on Monday night.
According to the latest public records, Sanders is among the lowest incomes on the Capitol Hill, its net worth being at the bottom of dozens of senators from both parties, and the smallest of Democrats – prime candidates for 2020
A day later, Sanders has published papers showing that he and his wife, Jane, have earned nearly $ 206,000 a year ago, when they paid $ 28,000 in federal taxes. $ 46,000 social security benefits
The lion's share of up to the pair's 2014 walk comes from Senas' salary, which is $ 174,000 and has more than $ 8,000 in gifts