Bernie Sanders to release tax returns by Monday

Bernie Sanders to release tax returns by Monday

Bernie Sanders to release tax returns by Monday

Sanders declared his soon-to-be released tax returns would be "boring" and didn't deny his millionaire status in an interview with the New York Times.

The senator explained that "you may be one of the millions of people who leaves your job this year, and you're going to leave your private insurance".

Sanders' hesitancy to release his returns, especially as numerous other candidates have been transparent, has prompted some Trumpian comparisons. "We are going to release 10 years of our tax returns, and we hope that on that day Donald Trump will do the same". "We wanted to release 10 years of tax returns".

Once criticized as too radical by many Democrats, four of his opponents in the race for the party's nomination for president are now co-sponsoring his universal plan in the Senate.

He also said President Trump - who has refused to make his tax returns public - should do the same.

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In 2016, Sanders and his wife, Jane, an adviser to his campaign, released 2014 returns showing $205,617 in income. Senators Kirsten Gillibrand, Amy Klobuchar, and Elizabeth Warren have all disclosed their earnings, as has Washington Governor Jay Inslee.

Sanders, a Vermont independent, has repeatedly promised to do the same but has been evasive about his timing, prompting some speculation that he does not want voters to know what is in them.

"April 15 is coming", the senator told The Times.

At the start of the month, the Democratic chair of the House Ways and Means Committee requested Trump release his tax returns, using an arcane law. He published another book, Where We Go From Here, in 2018.

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