Jim Jordan: ‘I’m Fine’ with Peter Strzok Hearing Starting Behind Closed Doors
JORDAN: "Transparency is important. We're certainly not getting enough of it from the Department of Justice. But I do agree with having Peter Strzok first in a closed session where we can ask him all kinds of questions and we have longer than five minutes and you can get the answers that we need so that if and when there is going to be an open hearing, we will know that information like Peter Strzok opened the Russian investigation on July 31st. It's been reported the next day he goes to London. What was he doing in London? Who did he talk to? Did he talk to Christopher Steele, the guy who wrote the dossier? There is a host of questions we need to get through. So I’m fine with it first starting behind closed doors. And then if it needs to be public, we can do that too."