Reporter finds senator's bank card left in ATM
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A congressional reporter on Thursday noticed an ATM in the Capitol subway station beeping and retrieved the bank card setting it off — which happened to belong to a senator.

Frank Thorp V, who covers Congress for NBC News, tweeted that he found the bank card of Sen. Richard DurbinRichard (Dick) Joseph DurbinSenate Dems press for info on any deals from Trump-Putin meeting Too many Americans go to prison but Congress can fix this problem This week: GOP mulls vote on ‘abolish ICE’ legislation MORE (D-Ill.) left in the machine, eventually tagging the lawmaker to inform him that Capitol Police have his card.

 

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The situation is similar to an incident from last month, when Sen. Richard BurrRichard Mauze BurrChristine Todd Whitman: Trump should step down over Putin press conference GOP lambasts Trump over performance in Helsinki GOP Intel chairman: Trump should recognize Putin lies MORE (R-N.C.) left his card at a Capitol ATM after asking reporters questioning him to look away while he was typing in his PIN.