in the vicinityVideoRep. Jim Jordan says, Hope Hicks’s testimony was a “political ploy” by Democrats
Ohio Republican Rep. Jim Jordan, Rep. Jerry Nadler went on to ask directly, Hope to answer hiccup’s questions, he knew that she was not allowed.
House Oversight Committee Ranking member Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, said Friday that house Democrats’ subpoena of former White House Communications Director, Hope, Hicks, was just another “political stunt.”
The bat on “America’s Newsroom” with host Bill Hemmer and Sandra Smith, Jordan: “If the President has been falsely accused, you will investigate how the false accusation happened, or you continue to have to investigate a little Bob Mueller spent 22 months and come back and said, “No agreements, no coordination, not a conspiracy’ and not a decision on disability. Do you investigate that further?”
“Obviously, the Democrats have chosen the latter and that is why you bring hope, Hicks,” he said.
Hicks hope — former senior adviser to the President — testified before the House Judiciary Committee in a closed-door session on Wednesday. Your testimony was a continuation of the Committee’s investigation into possible obstruction of justice by the President.
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She spent almost eight hours after White House lawyers, the claims that you refuse to answer questions about their time in the West Wing.
Lawyers blocked Hicks, more than 150 times in her interview, according to the Democrats, released a 273-page transcript on Thursday.
The Trump administration said Hicks was “absolutely immune” from the discussion on their time because of the separation of powers between the legislature and the Executive.
However, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrod Nadler, D-NY, said lawyers in the room, that the assertion of immunity was “absolute nonsense as a matter of law.”
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Democrats are still in demand, lengthy, detailed and often repetitive work for the President, questions to their time, after he was elected.
President Trump even tweeted that she was “so sad that the Democrats” were “putting wonderful hope Hicks through hell.”
“Mr. Nadler, the majority of the issues,” said Jordan. “He went directly into questions about Miss Hicks’ time as an Advisor to the President, clearly knew them, was taboo. So he forced White House counsel to object every time.”
Hicks left her communications job in March 2018. She is now the Chief Communications Officer at Fox Corporation.
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She was an important witness for the Special Counsel, Robert Mueller, provides important information about several episodes in which the President. The Mueller report, released in April, ultimately, the conclusion that there is not enough evidence of a criminal conspiracy between the President 2016 campaign and Russia. However, he said that he could not dismiss the President on obstruction of justice.
“Even before Mueller’s investigation, if we made Jim Comey sold in the last year, we asked him about it and he said, after ten months, the FBI is investigating this…they had no evidence of coordination, conspiracy, or agreement, between the Trump campaign, and the Russian influence on the election,” Jordan claimed.
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“So, and 32 months, 19 attorneys, 40 FBI agents, and $30 million US dollars, 500 witnesses, of 2,800 citations—no proof of that. But, the Democrats say, ‘Oh, we go, in the hope of Hicks.’ This is the reason why Bill Barr ‘ s investigation is so damn important.”
Jordan repeatedly stated that attorney General William Barr, and the Connecticut U.S. attorney John Durham investigation “into the origin” of the Russian election-interference probe “is so damn important.” He believes that the Democrats “is a summons to Hicks’ testimony, a disguised “trust issue request.”