REP. JIM JORDAN: I would just say real quickly, 16 hours of talking doesn’t change the fundamental facts, which are all on the President’s side. Eight more hours doesn’t change the facts that Miss Stefanik just talked about. Today, they’re going to talk about obstruction of Congress. I thought the best statement on that was the statement our colleague, Mr. Ratcliffe, made in the debate on the House floor when he said obstruction of Congress is what the Founders called separation of power. So we’re going to hear more today, but it will not, will never change the four fundamental facts that have always been on the President’s side and that the American people understand.
CONGRESSWOMAN ELISE STEFANIK