He also has one of the lowest net-worths in Congress. It really sheds a light on the gap between those in power and the rest of the country.
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So he donated $8,350 to charity. That's the 5% that he pledged in 2013 after President Obama did the same. That's not very much for someone in the top 5%. Especially when that person says that we should all give more to those in need.
That's not very much for someone in the top 5%. Especially when that person says that we should all give more to those in need.
He pays his taxes, it's stupid to gripe at somebody just because they have money. Besides Sanders isn't calling for a system ran by volunteerism so it doesn't make him hypocritical by not donating copious amounts of money.