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Jim Jordan Notes Two People Nadler Did Not Send a Letter To in His Investigation

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Former Donald Trump lawyer Michael Cohen lied to Congress about a Trump Tower project in Moscow and he's going to jail for it in a few months. So, "we shouldn't be surprised that he lied again" when he showed up to testify on Capitol Hill last week, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) noted Friday on Fox News.

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Democrats have been trying to find evidence against Trump that could be grounds for impeachment. Or at least it sure seems that way. But, as it's looking more and more like special counsel Robert Mueller's report is going to say there's not one shred of evidence to prove the Trump campaign colluded with Russia, "now they've got to do something else," Jordan observed. And that something else is Cohen. 

Besides calling the president a "racist" and a "con man," the witness didn't exactly provide anything to suggest Trump was guilty of obstruction of justice. Cohen did, however, potentially further perjure himself. During his testimony, the lawyer said he never desired a job in the White House nor did he ask Trump for a presidential pardon. Others remember differently.

"It blew up in their face," Jordan said. "He came in here and lied again." 

That's something the president is reminding folks about too.

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Still, other Democrats like House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY) are using a different route in their anti-Trump crusade. Nadler sent 81 letters to individuals and groups associated with Trump as the panel launches an investigation into whether the president abused his power. 

Jordan noted that there are two people Nadler didn't send a letter to: Christopher Steele, the former British spy who wrote the unverified and salacious Russia-Trump dossier, and Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson, who provided it.

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