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RNLA Members-Only Conference Call
COVID-19 and China
US Senator Tom Cotton (R- Arkansas)
"The Senator Who Saw the Coronavirus Coming"
Thursday, April 9
1:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Conference call number & password to be provided on April 9
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Republican lawyer, veteran, and United States Senator - Tom Cotton has been a national leader
in tackling the coronavirus pandemic and holding China accountable.
As the National Review noted:
Senator Cotton was "both the first and the loudest voice in Congress to sound the alarm about the looming pandemic."
"On January 22, one day before the Chinese government began a quarantine of Wuhan to contain the spread of the virus, the Arkansas senator sent a letter to Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar encouraging the Trump administration to consider banning travel between China and the United States and warning that the Communist regime could be covering up how dangerous the disease really was...
"Cotton first spoke to President Trump about the virus the next day. The Arkansas Gazette reported that he missed nearly three hours of the impeachment trial while he was discussing the matter with Trump-administration officials. The outbreak was 'the biggest and the most important story in the world,' he said in a Senate hearing that week."
Join us this Thursday to hear from Senator Cotton firsthand on his perspective concerning the global crisis.
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Tom Cotton is a United States Senator from Arkansas. Senator Cotton's committees include the Banking Committee, where he chairs the Economic Policy Subcommittee, the Intelligence Committee, and the Armed Services Committee, where he chairs the Air Land Power Subcommittee.
Tom grew up on his family’s cattle farm in Yell County. He graduated from Dardanelle High School, Harvard, and Harvard Law School. After a clerkship with the U.S. Court of Appeals and private law practice, Tom left the law because of the September 11th attacks. Tom served nearly five years on active duty in the United States Army as an Infantry Officer.
Tom served in Iraq with the 101st Airborne and in Afghanistan with a Provincial Reconstruction Team. Between his two combat tours, Tom served with The Old Guard at Arlington National Cemetery. Tom’s military decorations include the Bronze Star Medal, Combat Infantry Badge, and Ranger Tab.
Between the Army and the Senate, Tom worked for McKinsey & Co. and served one term in the House of Representatives.
Tom and his wife Anna have two sons, Gabriel and Daniel.
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