By Lisa Hagen - 01/17/16 10:13 PM EST
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie SandersBernie SandersWebb: The race to 270 Arizona and Georgia: Not swing states — yet The American electorate is pulling apart MORE pointed to rival Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonHelen Mirren gives advice for being a ‘nasty woman’ Pence on Trump threats to sue accusers: He's entitled to defend reputation Clinton gets birthday cheer on Hispanic variety show MORE’s acceptance of speaking fees from investment bank Goldman Sachs in Sunday’s Democratic debate.
“I don’t take money from big banks,” the Vermont Independent senator said.
He went on to accuse the former secretary of State for accepting $600,000 from the financial giant in one year.
“You've received over $600,000 in speaking fees from Goldman Sachs in one year,” he said.
Knocking politicians for their ties to Goldman Sachs has been a theme in both the Republican and Democratic presidential races.
GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump has been criticizing his closest rival, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), for taking a loan from Goldman Sachs, which employs his wife.
Sanders has repeatedly hammered Clinton for her ties to Wall Street on the campaign trail and in past debates.
“I have doubts about people receiving large amounts of money from Wall Street,” Sanders said on Sunday.