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The campaign, self-described Democratic socialist sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., 10 years, released his tax returns Monday. It showed, among other things, that the adjusted gross income of Sanders, has been outspoken on economic inequality, was $561,293 in 2018, his campaign said in a statement.
Sanders said: “These tax statements show that our family was happy. I am very grateful for that, because I grew up in a family that lived paycheck to paycheck, and I know the stress of economic uncertainty.”
During his 2016 presidential campaign and, in addition, Sanders explained that the property is inequality “the great moral issue of our time.”
Now, that he may run for President, the 77-year-old standing for re-election, continue to advocate for the poor and the middle class, including attractive to $15 per hour minimum wage, and tuition-free colleges and universities.
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Back in the year of 2016, Sanders, according to reports, the 19-poorest U.S. senator. However, since then, he has published four books, and is said to have helped ‘ s to make him a millionaire.
“I wrote a best-selling book,” Sanders. “If you write a best-selling book, you can be a millionaire.”
It is estimated, Sanders’ net worth is approximately $2 million, based on his book sales, license fees, and lectures.
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