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U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, the goal of Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer took on Tuesday, the strike of the New York Democrat, as an adventure for “dangerous thinking”, Jordan said, the fed, the special counsel ‘ s investigation in Russia consultation.
In an interview with Fox News’ Todd Starnes, Jordan recalled the days in the run-up to President Trump – opening in January 2017, where Schumer apparently Trump threatened with a probe.
“The President was not yet sworn in, but Sen. Schumer, the highest ranking Democrat in the time of the government, which said that if you mess with the intelligence community, you have six ways from Sunday back to you.”
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Jordan, 55, has served in the house since 2007 and is a high-ranking member of the Oversight and Reform Committee, called it “a scary statement,” and said that Schumer’s comments were reason enough to continue to track down the source of Russia’s collusion allegations.
“Tell me, who was chosen in the intelligence community of the people, the place to indicate your name on a ballot, and the top Democrats in the government at the time that the intel community is thinking of them again, because they ‘mess with them’ in reference to President Trump, the dangerous.”
He continued: “therefore, I am committed to ensure that we find who was responsible for the introduction of this ridiculous thing in the first place.”
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Jordan said that while he is satisfied with the completion of the Mueller report, after 22 months, he is indignant about how it could have all started.
“I think it’s frightening how it all began, and we have to go to the ground.”