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Rep., Jordan: house Democrats do not hold impeachment hearings” even if you call it that

in the vicinityVideoRep. Jordan responds to trump to criticize the GOP for not so aggressive to subpoenas as Democrats

The President says the house Democrats are fighting a dirty fight, as the Republicans did when they held the speakership. Rep. Jim Jordan answers.

Rep. Jim Jordan said on Thursday that he expected house Democrats subpoenas to continue the grant and hold “impeachment hearings” even if the Special Counsel, Robert Mueller found “nothing” in its 22-month probe.

Jordan, R-Ohio, spoke to “Fox & Friends” in front of the House Judiciary Committee, a hearing began to check Thursday morning, Miller’s report, with witnesses from think tanks and the legal community.

“You are going to not do hold impeachment hearings, even though they call it officially so. As we do today, in the judiciary Committee,” said Jordan

“You are going to keep doing that, even though Bob Mueller spent 22 months, 30 million US dollars, 19 lawyers-most of them Democrats, 40 FBI agents, 500 subpoenas, or witnesses, in 2800 summonses for examination and he concluded there was nothing there.”

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In an interview with Sean Hannity Wednesday, President Trump house said Democrats are subpoenas the delivery of “like cookies”.

“The Democrats are fighting a dirty fight, it’s too bad,” said Trump, who also claims he “got fired Müller for conflicts.”

“I’ll let all witness,” Trump said. “I wanted to open it, completely, because I knew there was nothing there. There was nothing there, nothing at all.”

Jordan said he wishes the house Republicans had issued more subpoenas if they controlled Congress, the agreement with the President.

He said the Democrats want to investigate what Miller saw as his voters in Ohio want to know how the investigation began in the first place.

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“When will someone be held accountable? That is the question I get from people all the time, honestly, from all over the country,” he said, adding that voters want the border crisis is addressed.

“You want us to do what Bill Barr, and John Durham do things to the bottom of how this whole crazy thing started.”

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