Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan said if it’s true there was an informant who was monitoring the Trump campaign for the FBI, “that is as wrong as it gets.”
Jordan, a member of the House Oversight Committee and co-founder of the Freedom Caucus, said he did not care about the identity of the informant, but that there was one in the first place.
“If there was a plant, a spy, an informant put in the other party’s campaign during the election, that is as wrong as it gets,” Jordan said.
The Ohio congressman also stated that the situation looks even more precarious “when you couple that with what we know they did with the dossier, took this disproven dossier, dressed it up, made it look like intelligence and took it to the FISA court and most importantly didn’t tell the court who paid for it and didn’t tell the court the author of the document had been fired by the FBI because he was leaking information — if all that happened, this is as wrong as it gets.”
Jordan continued, saying, “one administration shouldn’t have spies on the other party’s candidate for the highest office in the land.”
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