CAP, Tasini added, had broken "the tacit understanding of unity between the presidential candidates who have been careful not to do anything to undercut efforts to defeat Trump". "That money in my case, and my wife's case, came from a book I wrote, a pretty good book, you might want to read it", he said. The network is available in more than 80 million homes in all markets across the United States. Sanders asked Fox News to cheers from the crowd.
The backdrop for the town hall was an abandoned steel plant in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, the heart of a 2020 battleground region.
The returns provide a more detailed look at Sanders' finances than when he ran for president in 2016. I am, I paid the taxes that I owe. He defended proposals for higher taxes geared toward the largest US companies and a top individual tax rate of 52 percent. Most other Democratic contenders have pledged to do the same soon.
Steven Rosenthal, a senior fellow at the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center, said the 2020 Democratic primary candidates have set a new standard for financial transparency for future White House bids.
"There's a growing realization that Sanders could end up winning this thing, or certainly that he stays in so long that he damages the actual victor", said Brock, who backed Hillary Clinton's failed presidential bids in 2008 and 2016.
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A number of Sanders' rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination - including Sens. "This is hardly the way to build unity, or to win the general election".
During a Fox News Channel town hall on Monday, Sanders said that he'd increased his income by publishing a book - he's written two with campaign themes - and that he wouldn't apologize for that. "'He told you he was gonna provide health care for everybody". He also pushed for a hike in the US minimum wage and $1 trillion in investment in infrastructure. He has called on Trump to reject his renegotiated NAFTA deal, arguing it's too weak to stop American jobs from going to Mexico after the president promised in 2016 to bring back lost manufacturing jobs.
In the Vermont senator's 2018 return, he and his wife, Jane Sanders, earned more than $550,000, including $133,000 income from his Senate salary and $391,000 in book sales.
At the same time, Sanders refused to say why he would not volunteer to pay the massive new 52-percent "wealth tax" that he himself advocated imposing on the country's richest individuals, as Fox News also pointed out.
The following year, Sanders earned slightly more, $1,131,925, again largely on royalties from the book's publisher, Macmillan. At the town hall, the Fox co-hosts asked him if he would donate more money to the IRS, and these two lines of attack will undoubtedly follow him all campaign.