Trump Tax Law Saved Sanders Nearly $40,000 previous year

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Down in Florida, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum, who is African American, led in most polls leading up to Election Day a year ago, typically outpacing now-former Democratic Sen.

In 2016, Sanders and his wife Jane had a total income of $1,073,333.

Following the Sanders town hall on Monday, President Donald Trump - a known viewer of and frequent guest on Fox News - tweeted out a complaint that the event was "stuffed" with Sanders supporters while his own supporters were kept outside.

Trump went on: "Bernie Sanders and wife should pay the Pre-Trump Taxes on their nearly $600,000 in income".

"Bernie Sanders and wife should pay the Pre-Trump Taxes on their nearly $600,000 in income", the president wrote.

"From canapé-filled fundraisers on the coasts to the cloakrooms of Washington, mainstream Democrats are increasingly anxious that their effort to defeat President Trump in 2020 could be complicated by Mr. Sanders", the Times reported. But Dickinson said Sanders' status as a frontrunner in the 2020 campaign has opened his tax returns up to more scrutiny than back during his initial bid. "If you're in Green Bay, Wisconsin, if you're in Kalamazoo, Michigan, if you're in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, you know what NAFTA did to your community, you know what these tax bills have done to your community".

In its coverage of its Sanders town hall, Fox News drew attention to the audience's sympathy with the democratic socialist, noting that the crowd was "clearly supportive of Sanders throughout".

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"So weird to watch Crazy Bernie on @FoxNews".

"I welcome Mayor Pete to the race", Klobuchar said on Sunday". He promised to release his 2018 return as soon as possible.

"The irony", Lake said, "is that Sanders was the future in 2016, but he has to be careful not to be the past in 2020". "I think you're going to have to have a major donor fundraising program in order to be successful in defeating Donald Trump in 2020".

The president then took aim at Sanders over his taxes, a topic that came up in the often combative town hall.

The 20-year-old says it's "way too early" for him to make up his mind.

"While still early in the nominating process, it looks like Mayor Pete is the candidate capturing voters' imagination; the numbers had him at 0 percent in mid-February, 3 percent in March and now at 9 percent in April", Kimball said.

Sanders faced criticism for only releasing his 2014 returns during his 2016 Democratic primary battle with Hillary Clinton, a millionaire whom he often derided for giving paid speeches to Wall Street.