(Washington Examiner) Rep. Jim Jordan said a "significant" question is why the FBI submitted a third Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act renewal to surveil onetime Trump campaign adviser Carter Page after Robert Mueller was appointed special counsel.
During an interview Wednesday evening, the Ohio Republican said Mueller could be asked about this when he testifies before the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees next week.
"They signed it after he was named special counsel. I think that's significant. I’m sure someone's going to ask about that question," Jordan told Fox News host Sean Hannity. Jordan, a member of the House Judiciary Committee, said he and his fellow Republicans on the panel are working out the "best approach" in how to question Mueller.
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