Jordan Launches Probe Into DOJ’s Alleged Spying On Congress

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) announced that the Judiciary Committee launched an investigation into the Department of Justice‘s alleged spying on congressional staff and members of Congress.
The investigation comes after reports emerged that Jason Foster, Sen. Chuck Grassley‘s (R-IA) former chief investigative counsel, had allegedly been spied on by the DOJ. Jordan announced the investigation on Fox News Business on Tuesday.
“We now know that they spied on congressional staffers,” Jordan said on Fox Business. “We want to know, how far does it go? Were they spying on members? Were they spying on other staffers?”

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