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Fri May 22, 2020, 11:25 AM

Plagued by stock trades, Loeffler vows she won't drop out




Kelly Loeffler is behind in the polls and best known for her fortuitously timed stock trades.
But the Georgia Republican insisted during a 25-minute interview that she’s not going anywhere.
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“Not only am I not dropping out, but I'm gonna win,” Loeffler said Thursday. “And no one's going to intimidate me into thinking that that's the right course for our party, for our state, for our country. I'm working hard to help reelect the president. I'm working hard to win my seat and keep the Senate in Republican hands.”

Loeffler’s five months as a senator have not been easy. She’s facing attacks from the left and right for selling millions of dollars in stocks after receiving a private briefing on the coronavirus pandemic. What’s more, she’s fighting off a serious challenge from Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) — a strong ally of President Donald Trump — who is ahead in most recent public polling.

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Fri May 22, 2020, 12:52 PM

1. Senator Diane Feinstein thanks ewe for not calling her out for the same insider trading BS..........

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Fri May 22, 2020, 01:00 PM

2. Lefty bias. Even though I'd vote for her R opponent, I note there's evidence that her

designated trustee legally made the trades w/o her involvement. Of course, that's conveniently buried. NOTHING like Sens Burr or Feinstein.

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