Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) is getting in the face of Special Counsel Jack Smith.
Attorney Stanley Woodward is about to have a Garcia hearing related to a possible conflict of interest.
Jordan now wants to see those records.
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Woodward is facing a possible conflict of interest over two clients he is representing from Mar-a-Lago.
One of his clients just rolled over, working a deal with prosecutors not to be prosecuted.
He is expected to testify against Woodward's other client, so there is a clear conflict here.
News broke this week that Yuscil Taveras has signed the non-prosecution deal, which could leave Walt Nauta, Woodward's other client, out in the cold.
So, Jordan is seeking records on the matter for a potential investigation.
Jordan is also getting hammered by Fulton County DA Fani Willis in a similar matter.
Willis ripped Jordan for sticking his nose into her investigation.
She stated, “Your attempt to invoke congressional authority to intrude upon and interfere with an active criminal case in Georgia is flagrantly at odds with the Constitution.
“There is absolutely no support for Congress purporting to second guess or somehow supervise an ongoing Georgia criminal investigation and prosecution," reported The Hill.
Jordan has been adamant about protecting Trump throughout this ordeal, believing these indictments are nothing more than Democrats trying to stop Trump from running for office.
Willis' case has been criticized from the start for various reasons.
First, she conveniently waited for the election season to start before announcing her charges, just as happened with Trump's other indictments.
Secondly, her grand jury was biased, more or less only getting one side of the argument, with allegations already being made that she may have left our exculpatory evidence that could have swayed the opinion of the grand jury.
While her case is weak, if she is able to keep the trial in Fulton County, she just may return a guilty verdict.