Rep. Jim Jordan Shakes Up Trump Investigation

Photo edit of President Donald J. Trump and The Washington Post. Credit: Alexander J. Williams III/Pop Acta.
Photo edit of President Donald J. Trump and The Washington Post. Credit: Alexander J. Williams III/Pop Acta.

In a recent development, Jim Jordan, House Judiciary Committee Chairman and a long-time supporter of former President Donald Trump, is urging the Justice Department to share internal documents detailing the extent of special counsel Jack Smith’s investigation. The probe is focused on Trump’s past handling of classified documents, which were discovered at his Florida Mar-a-Lago estate last year. As reported by NBC News, Jordan’s request came via a letter addressed to Attorney General Merrick Garland.

Rep. Jordan sought an uncensored copy of the memorandum detailing Smith’s inquiries into Trump’s activities and any supporting documents related to his appointment as special counsel. This coincides with the week when the grand jury is expected to reconvene for further investigation into Trump’s management of the classified documents.

According to NBC News:

Congressional Republicans are ramping up pressure on the Justice Department over Smith’s probes into both the classified documents and allegations of Trump’s interference in the 2020 presidential election, which he still falsely claims was tainted by fraud.

The FBI in August searched Trump’s Florida home and found more than 11,000 government documents, including over “one hundred unique documents” with classification markings, according to a government court filing. Trump has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing in his handling of the documents, saying in all caps on his Truth Social site Monday that he “did nothing wrong.”

Republican lawmakers have also put pressure on officials outside the federal government who are investigating Trump.

Jordan previously subpoenaed Mark Pomerantz, a former prosecutor who once oversaw the Manhattan district attorney’s office investigation into Trump. The subpoena was issued shortly after Trump was indicted on charges stemming from payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels and another woman near the end of the 2016 presidential campaign. Trump has pleaded not guilty to all charges, and Pomerantz provided testimony to members of Jordan’s committee after a court fight.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan, who has been a strong supporter of former President Trump, has recently taken steps to uncover the complete scope of special counsel Jack Smith’s inquiry into Trump’s handling of classified documents. This action is primarily aimed at ensuring the absence of any political bias in the investigation and promoting transparency. Jordan’s firm demand for internal documents from the Justice Department is particularly significant at this crucial juncture, where it is imperative that the pursuit of truth prevails over any potential partisan influences.

Despite facing accusations from certain left-wing commentators that Trump may have divulged sensitive information to foreign governments – an allegation that lacks any foundation and is simply illogical – Trump maintains his innocence. In addition, Republicans are adopting a proactive approach by going beyond federal officials and holding individuals like former prosecutor Mark Pomerantz accountable for their roles in the investigative process.

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