Sanders said the deduction, which would allow taxpayers to increase tax deductions from $10,000 to $80,000 through 2026 would send a "terrible message."
Patrick Leahy is retiring after eight terms in the U.S. Senate, giving Vermont the chance to fill a Congressional seat for the first time since 2006.
The sale comes days after Senator Bernie Sanders stated that Musk should "pay his fair share."
In 2018, Sanders won re-election to the U.S. Senate, and in 2019, he filed for re-election to the Senate in 2024.
The billionaire was replying to a tweet from the senator which said: "We must demand that the extremely wealthy pay their fair share. Period."
The vote on the Build Back Better Act was postponed after five moderate Democrats demanded a cost estimate from the Congressional Budget Office.
The New York congresswoman said Democrat Terry McAuliffe failed to "excite" and "energize" a progressive base in the gubernatorial race.
The SALT provision allows taxpayers to deduct certain taxes paid to state and local governments from their federal taxes.
Manchin said that Democrats were using "shell games and budget gimmicks" to hide the cost of the bill.
At least a dozen Senate Democrats have signaled that they might not vote for Biden's infrastructure package if it doesn't include paid family leave.
Senator Bernie Sanders criticized the pharmaceutical industry and Congress on Tuesday for not regulating the price of prescription drug costs.
On Tuesday, Bernie Sanders described Medicare expansions and drug pricing reform as must-haves in the Democrats' spending package.
The senator listed 12 other nations where new mothers are granted varying days of paid leave.
Senator Joe Manchin said on Monday that he would not support including Medicare expansion in the Democrats' spending bill.
Sanders' remarks came after Biden called the inclusion of Medicare expansion in the spending bill a "reach" earlier this week.
"The truth is both of them are in different spots," said Senator Bernie Sanders.
Manchin and Sanders have clashed in public statements amid divisions among Democrats around the $3.5 trillion infrastructure and social spending bill.
The two senators are haggling over climate change initiatives in Biden's Build Back Better plan. But the plan cannot succeed without either man's vote.
"When you've got 48 people who want to do something and two who don't," then "it is not a 50-50 compromise," the Vermont senator said.
Manchin called Sanders an "out-of-stater" who was telling West Virginians what to do but had "no relationship to our state."
"Democrats are actually communist," Greene said. "Every single elected Republican should say no to every single thing they want."
After a brief recess, Congress will try to pass the $1 trillion infrastructure package and up to $3.5 trillion package to expand the social safety net.
Sanders said Democratic leaders "made it clear" from the outset that the $1.2 trillion bill would be passed with the budget reconciliation package.
The Vermont senator tweeted, "2 senators cannot be allowed to defeat what 48 senators and 210 House members want."
U.S. General Kenneth McKenzie, the commander of the General Command, on Friday said the deadly attack was a "mistake."
The senator headed the drafting of the $3.5 trillion budget proposal after other progressive Democrats called for spending plans of up to $6 trillion.
"The last thing we need is to have some right-wing Republican governor in California," the Vermont senator said in the ad.
Latino Democrats and Sanders supporters argue Newsom would be in a stronger position if he tapped into the approach Sanders took to win California in the 2020 Democratic primary.