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Jordan says Rosenstein should be subpoenaed if he refuses to testify before Judiciary Committee

FOXNews.com Sunday, 14 October 2018
Jordan says Rosenstein should be subpoenaed if he refuses to testify before Judiciary CommitteeRep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, said that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein should be subpoenaed if he refuses to testify in front of the House Judiciary Committee for his role in the FBI’s Russia probe and for allegations that he wanted to invoke the 25th Amendment against President Trump.
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