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Rep. Malinowski ‘concerned’ by Paul Pelosi’s stock trades, despite facing own ethics review
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Rep. Tom Malinowski, D-N.J., said he’s "concerned" by Paul Pelosi’s recent stock activity despite facing his own ethics review for stock trades he made between 2019 and 2021.
During a telephone town hall last week, Malinowski was asked by a constituent to weigh in on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband, who controversially bought more than $1 million in Nvidia, a computer chip company, just weeks before a congressional vote that would provide massive subsidies to the industry. Speaker Pelosi has denied any knowledge of the purchase.
"I’m concerned about that," Malinowski said of Paul's Pelosi's stock purchase. "Again, it’s not for me to judge whether that’s a coincidence or something more than that. But I will tell you that I strongly believe that members of Congress should not be buying or selling stocks while they’re in Congress. I am a cosponsor of legislation that would prohibit that going forward."