Bernie and Jane Sanders Under FBI Investigation Related To Alleged Bank Fraud

Bernie and Jane Sanders Under FBI Investigation Related To Alleged Bank Fraud

Bernie and Jane Sanders Under FBI Investigation Related To Alleged Bank Fraud

Former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and his wife Jane could be in some real hot water. The site stated that "Jane Sanders overstated donation amounts in a bank application for a $6.7 million loan that was used by the college to purchase a prime 33-acre property on Lake Champlain in 2010". Toensing looked at the school's loan documents and allegedly saw that Jane Sanders had convinced a bank that the college-which had an annual budget of $4 million-could repay the sum.

VTDigger, an online outlet, broke the news that the Federal Bureau of Investigation was reviewing Burlington College records, subpoenaing a former employee of the college in November 2016. CBS News cites, "According to Politico, prosecutors might also be looking into allegations that Senator Sanders' office inappropriately urged the bank to approve this loan".

And yes, Toensing was the Vermont campaign manager for President Donald Trump. "It was started under President Obama, his Attorney General, and his U.S. Attorney, all of whom are Democrats", Toensing wrote in an email to CBS News.

Sen. Sanders previously called the allegations "nonsense", but last month during an interview with Kyle Midura of Burlington TV station WCAX he was pressed and his response was noticeably different.

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The loan agreement required the college to provide evidence of more than $2 million in pledged donations as collateral. A complaint was filed to the USA attorney in Vermont by Brady Toensing in 2016.

And high-profile Washington attorney Larry Robbins, who defended Libby "Scooter" Robbins, former chief of staff for Vice President Dick Cheney, is working for Jane Sanders. He added that commenting on the matter would be "improper".

"We will not allow 23 million Americans to be thrown off of the health insurance they now have in order to give $500,000,000,000 in tax breaks to the wealthiest two percent, to the insurance companies and to the drug companies", Sanders said in Columbus, according to NBC 4.

"I don't care what your political view is", Sanders said. Speaking to Politico, Sanders' adviser, Jeff Weaver, said the charge was "ridiculous".

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