After Sen. Richard Burr dumped more than $1.6 million in stocks a week before the coronavirus market crash, he called his brother-in-law, according to a new filing.
Harry Miller was indicted on federal charges accusing him of threatening to murder members of Congress and shoot Black people to "keep them in line."
He's the latest Republican lawmaker to face censure at home for declaring the ex-president guilty of inciting the deadly Capitol riot.
She "married goofy Eric Trump," one Twitter critic noted. 'Nuff said.
“The case is now closed. I’m glad to hear it," Burr said of an investigation into his financial transactions in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.
If the president's daughter-in-law does run, it will be a good test if any Trump other than Donald can win an election.
“This was a politically motivated attack shamelessly promoted by the fake news media," an aide to Sen. Kelly Loeffler said.
The Florida senator will temporarily replace Burr, who is under federal investigation for his recent stock sales, as chairman of the committee.
Sen. Richard Burr has stepped down as chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee against an FBI investigation into his stock trades.
The Republican senator is under investigation for selling stocks after attending a briefing on the potential impact of the coronavirus pandemic.