[Photo Credit: By Lorie Shaull from Washington, United States - Senator Richard Blumenthal speaking in front of the US Capitol, part of National Walkout Day, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=67568982]
According to his most current disclosure form, the wife of Democratic Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal, a vocal critic of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, reportedly made up to $1.75 million through stock sales in August.
A publicly accessible senate disclosure database states that Blumenthal made stock trades between August 14 and August 24 and released a periodic disclosure form on September 19.
According to the form, Blumenthal’s wife sold Radius Global Infrastructure stock worth up to $1.25 million and Keurig Dr. Pepper stock worth up to $500,000 each.
Cynthia Malkin, the senator’s wife, is the daughter of real estate investor Peter Malkin; they wed in 1982.
Peter L. Malkin Family 2000 LLC executed two of the stock trades, and LarryMae Partners LLC executed the third.
According to the disclosure form, Blumenthal’s wife is the owner of both businesses.
The New York Times named Blumenthal as one of 97 members of Congress who had a conflict of interest in 2022, citing his wife’s transactions.
Peter L. Malkin Family 2000 LLC executed two of the stock trades, and LarryMae Partners LLC executed the third. According to the disclosure form, Blumenthal’s wife is the owner of both businesses.