After six former Ohio State wrestlers came forward to say that Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) knew about sex abuse in the program, pressure is growing on Jordan to testify.
Adam DiSabato told the Ohio House that Rep. Jim Jordan knew about the OSU wrestling sexual abuse and begged him to lie about it.
Republican Senators asked Trump not to add Rep. Jim Jordan, and other members of the House GOP circus to his defense team, but he ignored them.
Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) told Trump to keep Jim Jordan, Devin Nunes, and the rest of the House Republican circus out of the impeachment trial.
The Republican defense of Trump has turned into admitting that the President Of The United States believes conspiracy theories about Ukraine.
Instead of siding with the U.S., these Republicans, like Jim Jordan, are doubling down attacking Vindman in the basest way possible.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) was added to the impeachment hearings to be Trump's ringer, but instead, he had a meltdown during Lt. Col. Vindman's testimony.
The Republican defense of Trump was to scream at the witnesses, whine, and throw a tantrum during the impeachment hearing.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) lied about Adam Schiff knowing the identity of the whistleblower, and Chairman Schiff smacked him down.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) couldn't keep a straight face while lying about impeachment transcripts and saying there was no quid pro quo.
House Republicans may steal Devin Nunes's thunder by putting Rep. Jim Jordan on the Intelligence Committee for public impeachment hearings.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) defended Trump comparing impeachment to lynching and blamed James Comey for Trump's "frustration."
Rep. Jim Jordan threw a fit after House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff tossed Trump spy Rep. Matt Gaetz out of the closed impeachment interview of Fiona Hill.
The latest tact of Republican apologists for President Donald Trump’s violating his oath of office by publicly urging China to interfere in the 2020 presidential election is to insist that Trump was just joking.
Within the first few minutes of his opening statement, John Dean showed us he was ready and able to wipe out the Republican Kiddie Caucus.
To no one’s surprise, the opening skit addressed the congressional testimony last week of Donald Trump’s former “fixer” and attorney.
The House Freedom Caucus thought that they were helping Trump by trying to impeach Rod Rosenstein, instead, they made it easier for Trump to be impeached.
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) and three other House Republicans are threatening to sue Twitter because their accounts were temporarily shadowbanned.