Jim Jordan Chooses not to Cooperate with January 6th Panel

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The Facts

  • Rep. Jim Jordan (OH-R) has announced that he won't cooperate with the House Committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riots.

  • He was asked to disclose conversations that he had with former President Donald Trump.


The Spin

Left narrative

The far-right Congressman is disingenuous, given his July 2001 claim that 'if they call me, I got nothing to hide'.

Right narrative

The committee is struggling to get testimonies, with time running out as Republicans loom to take back the House in November's elections.


Political split

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