The senator and her husband, Douglas Emhoff, a lawyer, reported an adjusted gross income of about $1.9 million in 2018, substantially more than the $142,000 Harris declared in 2004 when she was the district attorney of San Francisco.
In a Saturday letter addressed to the CAP board of directors, 2020 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders complained about ThinkProgress's coverage of his campaign, charging that he had been subjected to unfair "personal attacks".
"Center for American Progress leader Neera Tanden repeatedly calls for unity while simultaneously maligning my staff and supporters and belittling progressive ideas", Sanders writes. "I worry that the corporate money CAP is receiving is inordinately and inappropriately influencing the role it is playing in the progressive movement".
"If you want to run for vice president or president of the United States, hey, what's wrong with providing your tax returns for the past five years?" said Sen.
"These tax returns show that our family has been fortunate", Sanders said in a statement.
"Pfft, come on. I paid the taxes that I owe", Sanders replied, laughing.
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Working with Ball's then-agent Harrison Gaines, the Lakers' brass managed to convince the second-year player to nix the procedure. Since Rick Adelman left Sacramento in 2006 after eight seasons, the Kings have had nine head coaches.
"I think there was some interpretation left to 'soon, ' which I, in retrospect, would've loved to have alleviated by being a little bit more clear about when it was coming", Shakir said.
His millionaire status, paired with decades of avid criticism of the millionaire and billionaire class, sets him up for scrutiny in a crowded field of Democrats running for the 2020 nomination.
The interest in presidential contenders and their taxes has jumped since Republican President Donald Trump shattered decades of tradition during the 2016 campaign by refusing to release his returns - a stance he has continued since entering the White House. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota released 12 years of tax returns through 2017 earlier this month. In 2017, Sanders and his wife reported an adjusted gross income of a little more than $1.1 million from book sales.
'One of those books was a bestseller on the New York Times bestseller list translated into five or six languages.
Sanders released "Where We Go from Here: Two Years in the Resistance" in November.
Trump said during the 2016 campaign that he would release his returns after an audit was completed. The documents underscore how much money the populist presidential candidate has earned in recent years, as his public profile has risen.
"He didn't do a whole lot, economically or tax-wise, other than earn his Senate salary, Social Security income, and book royalties, as well as paying state and local taxes and giving about US$19,000 to charity", Shaviro said.