Republican Rep. Jim Jordan (Ohio), who chairs the House Judiciary Committee, suggested there may be a probe into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton after the Durham report was released.
Last Monday (May 15), Special Counsel John Durham released a report on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) probe into former President Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign allegedly colluding with Russia.
Durham concluded that the FBI should not have investigated the Trump campaign because the agency had no evidence of collusion before launching its Crossfire Hurricane investigation.
The 160-page report set off a wave of celebration among Republicans who say it vindicated Trump.
During an appearance on Fox News’s “Sunday Morning Futures,” Jordan mentioned the report’s implications with host Maria Bartiromo, who asked the Ohio Republican if the Committee would investigate the Clintons because of revelations made in the report.
Jordan took over the House Judiciary Committee after Republicans regained a narrow majority in the House in midterm elections last November.
Since then, he has focused on investigating those linked to the Biden administration, alleging they’re corrupt.
On Sunday (May 21), he revealed he was considering expanding those inquiries to Clinton, who served as secretary of state under former President Barack Obama and was the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee.
Bartiromo queried whether Jordan wanted to “see another investigation of Hillary and Bill Clinton?”
The Fox News host noted how Durham wrote in the report that when they went after Trump, they didn’t try to investigate the allegation that Hillary Clinton took money from foreigners for her Clinton Global Initiative and the Clinton Foundation.
Jordan suggested that the Committee could open an investigation into the Clintons, adding that “nothing is off the table,” stressing how important it was for the American people to understand how their government and agencies have turned “have turned on them.”