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Rep. Jim Jordan to AG Sessions: 'Do Your Job'

Rep. Jim Jordan to AG Sessions: 'Do Your Job'
Rep. Jim Jordan (Carolyn Kaster/AP)

By    |   Friday, 05 January 2018 02:25 PM EST

Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, on Friday reiterated his call for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to fulfill his duties in regards to the investigation into Russian election interference.

"I like Jeff Sessions," Jordan said on "Fox and Friends" Friday. "I just want you to do your job. We expected different — we expected a different process and treatment and a different Justice Department when you took over. But, unfortunately we are getting the same kind of slow walking on witness access. Slow walking on document production. So, that's what we want to see happen."

Jordan, along with North Carolina Republican congressman Mark Meadows, wrote in The Washington Examiner on Thursday that Sessions "has no control at all of the premier law enforcement agency in the world," referring to the controversies over the FBI's investigation into President Donald Trump's campaign.

In the op-ed, the two pose five questions for Sessions about the FBI's conduct during the investigation and the dossier assembled on Trump by former British intelligence agent Christopher Steele.

"Perhaps all of these questions have answers that could help bring this Russian collusion drama to a close. But it seems remarkably odd that instead of the FBI answering the critical questions that Congress has repeatedly asked, they instead leak a far-fetched and ill-supported story to the New York Times. If this is the truth, then give us the documentation we've asked for to prove it," they wrote.

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Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, on Friday reiterated his call for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to fulfill his duties in regards to the investigation into Russian election interference.
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