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Richard Burr
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U.S. Senator
    (November 30, 1955- )
    Born in Charlottesville, Virginia
    U.S. Senator representing North Carolina (first elected in 2005)
    Represented North Carolina's 5th district (1995-2005)
    Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee
    His middle name is Mauze.
    He addressed the House reading his remarks off a roll of toilet paper (1999).
    He won the Senate seat vacated by John Edwards.
    He was accused of dumping up to $1.7 million worth of stocks after being tipped off about the severity of the coronavirus threat and a potential dow drop in a confidential meeting (March 2020).
    He made up to thirty transactions a week before the stocks fell by thirty percent (this was also after reassuring that local government was equipped to handle the threat).
    The accusations of insider trading sparked widespread outrage, with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Tucker Carlson calling for his resignation and potentially be prosecuted.
    He lost his first run for the House in 1992.
    He is known for his bipartisanship.
    During his time as a member of the Commerce Committee's subcommittee on energy and power, he took up a piece of legislation repealing laws aimed at conserving water that mandated new toilets be low-flow.
    He is a descendant of Aaron Burr.
    He subpoenaed Donald Trump, Jr. for questioning about coordination with Russia, provoking an angry response from the President's son.

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