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Jon Ossoff calls Perdue ‘a crook’ over stock purchases during a bitter Senate debate in Georgia.

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Georgia Republican Senator David Perdue and Democratic opponent Jon Ossoff attacked each other about their positions with regards to the coronavirus and other more personal issues during Wednesday night's televised debate.

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