Rep. Dan Crenshaw explains his stock trades during the pandemic as Democrats pounce

The Houston Chronicle

The nonpartisan Campaign Legal Center found that the biggest trader in Congress during the early days of the pandemic was then-Rep. Phil Roe, a Tennessee Republican who made 366 transactions during those two months. Those trades were valued at between $2.4 million and $10.6 million. Roe told a Knoxville television station last year that the trades were all done by a financial advisor. They included purchasing stock in online communications programs like Zoom and Slack and selling off stock from a cruise line.

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