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Joe Biden makes millions, live in spacious homes since leaving office: report

The former Vice-President, Joe Biden, has allegedly million since leaving the White house.

The former Vice-President Joe Biden has raked in millions since leaving office while the update is in its life-style considerably, according to a new report — the details, the challenge to be “middle class Joe could persona’ public.

Biden was never one of the have seen their members of Congress during his decades as a senator, has his fortunes turn dramatically because the Obama administration is concerned by the talk and the book, according to The Washington Post.

The Post reported, citing public documents, that Biden was paid as much as $200,000 for some of the speeches. The former VP campaign, the newspaper said Biden has been talking for less than 50. The ex-Vice-President also got some tax benefits as part of his speaking gigs, including Charter flights, town cars and professional drivers, luxury hotel suites and refunds, according to the report.

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In the meantime, has moved Biden, in a large Villa outside of Washington since leaving the White house.

“Middle class Joe” is now located in a 12,000-square-foot house in McLean, Virginia, comes with “five bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, marble fireplaces, a fitness room and a sauna,” the report stated. The three-piece housing rent, according to the Post, from the multi-millionaire Mark.

Zillow rent on the property of Joe and Jill would appreciate almost $20,000 in the month.

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According to the real estate website Zillow, the Villa-which was in the possession of President Ronald Reagan’s Secretary of state Alexander Haig-is worth nearly $5 million.

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In 2017, the three-piece in a beach house in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware is bought for nearly $3 million.

Fox News has contact to the Biden campaign for comment, but received no answer.

The report came after the former Vice President last week seemed to be a challenge for the narrative building in the case of some in his party when he argued that it was appropriate to “demonize” rich people.

“I mean, we don’t want to demonize those who made money,” Biden allegedly said in a New York City fundraiser with wealthy donors. To knock according to Bloomberg, Biden seemed to be Bernie Sanders, sen, I-Vt., the tendency to “revolution” to say that it is not the right way to improve the economic well-being.

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“If you are looking at income inequality, he said, as large as we have today, the wedding in the United States, and ferment political discord and fundamental revolution”.

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He also pushed the view that wealthy people were “the other” in society, and told them, “I need you very urgently.”

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“Remember, I got in trouble with some of the people in my team, on the democratic side, because I said, you know, what I’ve found rich people are just as Patriotic as poor people,” he said.

Biden the clear frontrunner in the primary battle, leads Sanders, Sr., and Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., in the polls. The latter two were among the best-known Democrats, has railed against Wall Street and big business, while the introduction of profound market reforms.

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