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Rep. Jim Jordan requirements Rosenstein testify
The house freedom Caucus calls to witnesses, Rosenstein, before the legal Committee in the week. The Republican Congressman from Ohio joins ‘The Ingraham angle.’
Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, claimed on Tuesday that the Deputy attorney General Rod Rosenstein to testify before the judiciary Committee, in the light of the recent report claiming that he discussed secretly recording President Trump.
Jordan told Fox News’, ‘The Ingraham angle’ , Rosenstein must come before the Committee, and the “answer to our questions.”
The New York Times reported that the Rosenstein suggested wearing a “wire” to record the President and deals with the invocation of the 25th amendment, the Cabinet, remove him from office. Rosenstein defender insisted his remarks were merely being sarcastic.
“I don’t care if it is sarcasm or not,” said Jordan. “You can’t statements like that, even if they joke around. I want to know who was in this room and what happened.”
Rosenstein flatly denies the report.
ROSENSTEIN MEETING WITH TRUMP IN THE WAKE OF THE ‘WIRE’ REPORT, IN THE MIDST OF THE FIRES OF SPECULATION
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., said on Tuesday that the house subpoena written memos from former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, suggesting Rosenstein discussed secretly recording President Trump.
Goodlatte told reporters that he could issue the subpoena as soon as Thursday, when the Rosenstein is scheduled to meet with Trump in the White house.
Fox News’ Samuel Chamberlain contributed to this report