Ohio Republican congressman Jim Jordan became the latest defender of Donald Trump to question journalists for taking the president at his word.
The DOJ's internal watchdog concluded that the former FBI director "violated department and FBI policies" in leaking unclassified memos that detailed his conversations with the president to the press.
Staffers of the House Oversight Committee were allegedly told troubling accounts by migrant detainees, including toddlers forced to eat burritos and kids told to drink spilled soup off the floor.
"The joke is supposed to be about how these people not just sold their souls but they sold their reality. The GOP is now willing to just go along with a fake reality," the veteran journalist said
Jim Jordan maintained that he was never informed of any abuse, saying in a statement that he "never saw any abuse, never heard about any abuse, and never had any abuse reported to him during his time as a coach at Ohio State."
"Whenever it comes to the safety of the president and his family, we ought to do everything that we possibly can," Rep. Elijah Cummings told Newsweek. "And we need to know all the facts."
"Shame on you, Mr. Jordan," Michael Cohen told the Republican congressman during his House testimony. "I took responsibility, and I take responsibility... I am remorseful, and I am going to prison."
Representative Jim Jordan, a former OSU assistant wrestling coach, has also been accused of knowing of the abuse and doing nothing to stop it.
Representative Jim Jordan previously claimed Hillary Clinton's campaign colluded with Russia in the 2016 presidential election.