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General News    H3'ed 5/26/20

DOJ Drops Investigations into "COVID-19" Stock Trades

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The Justice Department is dropping its investigations into controversial stock trades made by Sens. Kelly Loeffler, Dianne Feinstein and Jim Inhofe in the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic, their offices confirmed Tuesday.

The decision comes after the FBI served Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) a search warrant and seized his cellphone earlier this month, as part of its broader investigation into his financial transactions.

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