In a pair of letters today, U.S. House Rep Jim Jordan (R-OH) put former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and former Director of the CIA John Brennan on notice as he renewed a request for information.
The requests by Jordan make it clear who the highest-ranking Republican on the House Judiciary Committee plans to target first ahead of the next Congress when he obtains subpoena power.
Jordan sent letters to Clapper and Brennan as well as the Executive Assistant Director of the FBI’s Human Resource Branch, Jennifer Moore, and the former executive director for the Department of Homeland Security’s Disinformation Governance Board, Nina Jankowicz.
In the four letters, Jordan warned that he is committed to getting the information by a “compulsory process if necessary.”
Jordan asked for voluntary cooperation at this point as he reiterated previous requests for information and even transcribed interviews that have gone unanswered with House Republicans in the minority.
In regards to Clapper and Brennan, Jordan wants information and documents pertaining to a statement they signed onto in October 2020, after they’d left public service, that sought to discredit a New York Post story about Hunter Biden.
In a tweet, Jordan shared the letters to Clapper and Brennan and declared, “James Clapper & John Brennan are on notice.”
James Clapper & John Brennan are on notice. pic.twitter.com/Q638qvhi5D— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) December 1, 2022
In another tweet, Jordan shared the letters that he sent to the other two and said, “We’re inviting Nina Jankowicz & Jennifer Leigh Moore to appear for transcribed interviews with the House Judiciary Committee.”
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