Live Updates: Perdue Says Ossoff “Can’t Stop Lying” Before Georgia Senate Runs


David Perdue, R-Ga. His Senate is retiring after his Democratic opponent, Jon Ossoff, accused him of profiting from the coronavirus after Perdue raised an eyebrow at investigators after a series of stock market deals earlier this year, but it has not yet been considered illegal.

In a new campaign ad acquired exclusively by Fox News and broadcast on Tuesday, nearly a month before the critical run-off in Georgia, Perdue’s camp says Ossoff “believes that if he repeats the lie enough, people can believe it” and categorically denies stock trading attacks “completely false. “are considered.

QUICK FACTS

    • The race between Perdue and Ossoff is one of two Georgian races monitored on 5 January that will determine the Senate’s balance of power.
    • If both Democrat candidates win, it splits the chamber evenly

On Monday, Ossoff held a press conference to blow up Perdue by his opponent as a “pattern of office behavior and conduct,” despite Perdue being cleared of investigators earlier this summer.

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