David Purdue has been the most prolific stock trader in the Senate: NYTimes

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Sen. David Perdue (R-GA) has been under the magnifying glass for his stock trades while in office, particularly ones since he learned about the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent economic crash that followed. The New York Times calculated that Perdue, who is up for reelection in January, made 2,596 trades in one term in office, […]
Sen. David Perdue (R-GA) has been under the magnifying glass for his stock trades while in office, particularly ones since he learned about the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent economic crash that followed.

The New York Times calculated that Perdue, who is up for reelection in January, made 2,596 trades in one term in office, according to his stock portfolio. During the presidential campaign, President Donald Trump claimed that he would put all of his investments in a "blind trust" so as to protect against any possible accusation that he was making decisions in office based on his finances. Trump never did and Perdue hasn't either, despite being in office for the past six years.

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