VIDEO: ‘Out of order’: Nadler shuts Jordan down over inquiry about DOJ inspector general testimony
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House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler shut down Republican Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan when he insisted on confronting the New York Democrat about inviting Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz to testify about his harsh reports on former FBI Director James Comey.
The panel met on Tuesday to consider gun violence prevention bills and other legislation.
The article goes on to state the following:
In one exchange at the beginning of the meeting, Jordan doggedly pressed Nadler about when the committee might be able to question Horowitz about his report last month criticizing Comey for how he handled memos describing his discussions with President Trump.
“When will the Judiciary Committee get to question IG Horowitz about his scathing Comey report?” Jordan tweeted. “@RepJerryNadler: ‘I’m not sure which report you’re referring to… I don’t know. We haven’t discussed that.’ Dems would rather focus on impeachment and taking our guns.”
When will the Judiciary Committee get to question IG Horowitz about his scathing Comey report?@RepJerryNadler: “I’m not sure which report you’re referring to… I don’t know. We haven’t discussed that.”
Dems would rather focus on impeachment and taking our guns. pic.twitter.com/hnF4MnsTvK
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) September 10, 2019
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