In a tweet today, U.S. House Rep Jim Jordan (R-OH) hinted at a possible investigation, asking if the Biden White House was in contact with Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office about a possible indictment.
Jordan wondered, “Was the Biden White House in communication with Bragg’s office about a possible indictment?”
“And if so, is that why President Biden is refusing to comment on the matter?” Jordan added.
Was the Biden White House in communication with Bragg’s office about a possible indictment?— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) April 5, 2023
And if so, is that why President Biden is refusing to comment on the matter?
As we reported yesterday, during her White House press briefing, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre claimed that Joe Biden isn’t focusing on Donald Trump’s arraignment in NYC.
Jean-Pierre insisted that Biden instead was focusing on the American people, “not watching, not reading, not following Trump’s arraignment in New York City.”
A reporter asked Jean-Pierre if she could give her “any sense of how” Biden was “taking in the moment” of Trump’s arrest.
Jean-Pierre told her that it was an ongoing case and then that Biden was focusing instead on “The American people.”
“Obviously he will catch part of the news when he has a moment to catch up on the news of the day, but this is not his focus for today,” Jean-Pierre added.
Jordan, who is the Chairman of the Judiciary, appeared on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” this morning and told the co-hosts that “everything is on the table” in regard to fighting back against the indictment.
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