Sen. Bernie Sanders defended "Medicare for All" on CBS News, as he unveils an updated version of his universal health care plan on Wednesday.
The senator explained that "you may be one of the millions of people who leaves your job this year, and you're going to leave your private insurance".
Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), all people have to do is write a bestselling book - and just like him, they, too, can become millionaires practically overnight.
International Monetary Fund cuts growth outlook for Canada in 2019
Canada's growth forecast was cut to 1.5 per cent this year, from its previous estimate of 1.9 per cent growth in January. Despite looming deadlines, London has not decided how it will try to shield its economy during the exit process.
"April 15 is coming", the senator told The Times.
"We are going to release 10 years of our tax returns, and we hope that on that day Donald Trump will do the same", he also said.
Don't miss the must see town hall event Monday, April 15, from 6:30pm to 7:30pm ET.
Toddler locks his dad out of iPad for 48 years
Thanks to those who shared advice!" Assuming Osnos gets back into the iPad, maybe he should just give his kid the password. Uh, this looks fake but, alas, it's our iPad today after 3-year-old tried (repeatedly) to unlock.
He said they will be released "certainly before" April 15 and added that President Donald Trump should do the same.
It's always about Trump: Sanders repeatedly mentions Pres. Trump when asked about his tax returns, attempting to create separation between the two politicians who have not released their returns.
Several of Sanders' rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination have already released their 2018 tax returns.
US forces: 3 US troops killed, Afghan contractor wounded
Soldiers with Task Force Iron maneuver an M-777 howitzer, so it can be towed into position at Bost Airfield, Afghanistan. Three American soldiers were wounded in the blast and are receiving medical treatment, the statement also said.
Sanders had been promising to release a decade's worth of tax returns for more than a month. Senators Kirsten Gillibrand, Amy Klobuchar, and Elizabeth Warren have all disclosed their earnings, as has Washington Governor Jay Inslee. But that was criticized as not a full disclosure. His most recent book, "Where We Go From Here", was published previous year.