Pelosi’s Husband ‘Wrong’ to Sell Chips Shares, GOP Might Change Member Trading Rules: McCarthy

During a weekly briefing on Friday, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) said it was wrong that Paul Pelosi, husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), was allowed to sell his shares of a computer chip manufacturer just before the House voted on a chips manufacturing bill.
McCarthy suggested Republicans would look into options for changing stock trading rules for lawmakers and their families
The news broke under required financial disclosure laws that Paul Pelosi had sold $4.1 million dollars worth of NVIDIA Corp. shares on July 26.
The sale, which resulted in a financial loss of over $340,000 for the Pelosis, was the end result of scrutiny by critics, who saw a conflict of interest in Paul Pelosi owning the stocks….

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