Representative Jim Jordan (R-OH) joined Todd Starnes to talk about the accusations former FBI Director James Comey has made about President Trump in Comey's new book and interview with ABC News. Representative Jordan also addressed whether he will put his name into consideration to replace Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) as Speaker of the House.
Rep. Jordan said Comey didn't have much credibility, to begin with, before the ABC interview and he added: "I don't think he did anything to improve that standing." He also believes that Comey "screwed up the Clinton investigation all the way through" as well.
When asked about whether he would like to become the next Speaker of the House, Rep. Jordan said, "If and when there is a race for Speaker, I've had some colleagues encourage me, and I'll be open to looking at that."