WASHINGTON — A federal investigation into a long-ago land deal by Senator Bernie Sanders’s spouse is threatening to just take some of this luster from the senator’s populist appeal, connecting the expression “bank fraudulence” to your biography of a politician virtually sainted in the left for their stands against “millionaires and billionaires.”
Mr. Sanders, a Vermont separate, continues to be riding at the top of appeal from their campaign that is presidential rousing speeches to cheering progressives in Ohio, Pennsylvania and western Virginia.
But he’s been shadowed by talk of a investigation that is deepening his wife’s part in a 2010 land deal for the Vermont college that finally contributed to her ouster as the president. Their wife, Jane Sanders, has employed an attorney to represent her as federal authorities explore a ten dollars million purchase of approximately 33 acres of lakefront property by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington to Burlington university. Ms. Sanders had been looking to relocate and expand the organization. Read more