House Oversight Committee member Jim Jordan, along with his colleagues, will question fired FBI Director James Comey for a second time Monday morning behind closed doors.
Mark Meadows, entering James Comey‘s second day of testimony, said there were “inconsistencies” in Comey’s testimony, telling reporters that Comey needs to explain when he learned about the DNC and Clinton camp payments to Fusion GPS. “At what point did he become aware of that?”— Manu Raju (@mkraju) December 17, 2018
Last week, Comey testified after receiving a subpoena from the Committee and claimed hundreds of times he "didn't know" or "couldn't recall" during questioning.
"We hope he'll actually answers some questions today. You know, last time 245 times he said he didn't know, couldn't remember so we hope he answers more questions," Jordan said during an interview with Fox and Friends Monday morning. "For him, it's all about Jim Comey and he things the rules don't apply to him. You can just go to last week where he said he got away with not following the rules when they interviewed Mike Flynn. Got away with actually not allowing Mike Flynn to have his constitutional rights when they interviewed him."
After questioning Comey the first time, Jordan alleged the FBI may have "set up" former White House National Security advisor Michael Flynn for perjury.
"Did James Comey set up Michael Flynn?"https://t.co/0yLYwR7hlB— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) December 14, 2018
Outgoing Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy also slammed Comey in an exit interview with Martha MacCallum last week.
Comey's testimony is expected to take most of the day.