Sanders’ tax returns showed that he earned $561,293 in 2018 and paid an effective tax rate of 26%. Last week, in an interview with The New York Times, the senator acknowledged that his book earnings had made him a millionaire.
Neera Tanden, whose salary was $397,000 in 2018, was an unpaid adviser to Clinton’s 2016 campaign while running the think tank, and was considered a candidate for a top White House job had Clinton won the presidency.
Sanders, 77, announced his candidacy in a lengthy early morning email to supporters, pledging to build a vast grassroots movement to confront the special interests that he said dominate government and politics.
"Now Bernie's over, I guess. It's over for Bernie. I don’t want to run against Bernie," Trump told his supporters in Pennsylvania, where the Republican presidential primary is scheduled to be held on April 26.
Demonstrators clashed on the streets of Charlottesville ahead of a white nationalist rally, with counter-protesters and right-wing nationalist groups converging on the college town in latest chapter in United States' debate over race and identity.
In 2010, Jane Sanders was president of the tiny Burlington College when she brokered a $10 million deal for the college to buy the last undeveloped parcel of land in Burlington on the Lake Champlain waterfront 32 acres