Freedom Caucus founder Jim Jordan says, "we're focused on the fact that what the FBI did was wrong," not what the President did.
And he's refusing to apologize.
Among Republicans' claims is Cohen lied when he said: "I did not want to go to the White House."
"Mr. Jordan, that's not what I said and you know that's not what I said," Cohen corrected.
Jordan optimistically says he thinks allegations that he knew about sexual abuse but did nothing will not harm him.
"He needs to resign for lying to the American people and slandering the victims."
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"Jim Jordan knew. He didn't do anything about it."
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"There's no way to subpoena phone calls," Rosenstein informed the hotheaded Congressman.
"I do think a case is being built against" Rosenstein. "That's what Meadows and Jordan are doing."
CNN host reminds Rep. Jordan he has never even see the document he's talking about.