Bernie Sanders has one son named is Levi, and he has three adopted grandchildren from China. When Bernie Sanders married his second wife, Jane, she already had three children of their own — and those children now have four children of their own.
But Bernie Sanders considers all seven as his own grandchildren (as anyone would), even though he’s not related to them by blood. Bernie always refers to them as his "extraordinary grandchildren."
Hillary Clinton has one daughter named Chelsea, who has a baby daughter named Charlotte. In an interview on MSNBC’s Morning Joe (embedded below), while Clinton was outlining her policies, she said:
"And I guess at the end of the day, for me, you know, people talk about their extraordinary grandchildren — but I actually have one — and we're going to do everything we can to give her opportunities."
And one way she does this is by giving speeches for $225,000 a pop to banks, corporations and lobbyists who have actively sought to sway government — by lobbying, bidding for contracts, commenting on federal policy, and in some cases, contacting State Department officials (or Clinton herself) during her tenure as Secretary of State — and she did this over the course of 2 years when she knew she would be running for President.