WSJ Quotes Matthew Sanderson on Senator Burr

The Wall Street Journal

Sen. Richard Burr will temporarily step down as the chairman of the high-profile Senate Intelligence Committee after FBI agents seized his cellphone in their investigation of stock trades he made shortly before the coronavirus roiled markets.

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“Now it will be, what did he say on his phone? What did he say to his broker? What did he say to people around him at the time?” said Matthew Sanderson, a partner at Caplin & Drysdale who represents Republicans on ethics matters. “Whatever is coming out of those communications, that will be the core of the case.”

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