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Trumps tweets criticize that women in Congress were spark calls for impeachment; Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan weighs in.
Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, expressed his frustration with “the team” on Tuesday and responded to the house of Representative vote to condemn President Trump for his controversial comments.
“I mean, you are going to be concentrated on the after that President, so focused on actually getting to impeachment, I do not think that you need to stop for anything, even if it means breaking the rules on the House floor, where there is a certain level of decency that you have to wait,” said Jordan on “The story with Martha MacCallum.”
The house passed a resolution Tuesday night condemning Trump the “racist” comments this weekend. The moment was overshadowed by a dramatic floor fight earlier in the day, excluded ended with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a violation of decency.
Jordan, the President defended his comments and his dissatisfaction with the Democrats is the situation on the border with Mexico.
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“I think the President was expressing the frustration that so many Americans feel about what is going on at the border. Understand, this is Martha, it was just a few months ago, when the President said, this is a crisis-and all the Democrats say, ‘no, this is it. It is made, it is invented.’ And you would not have the money we needed to have actually a lot to do with the situation at the border,” said Jordan.
Jordan also blasted the four women in the Congress, in view of their past controversial comments saying it was difficult to work with them.
“These are the same people, the abolish said ICE, abolition of the Department of Homeland Security. I mean, these radical positions they take,” said Jordan.
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“These are the same people who said that the conditions of detention for dealing with this influx of amazing numbers we have seen on the border. You call these prisons ‘KZ’ s and we need to work a way with them. It’s just difficult.”
Fox News Gregg Re contributed to this report.