Fight Breaks Out On MSNBC

( Republican Rep. Jim Jordan from Ohio and Chuck Todd, a host on NBC News, engaged in a heated exchange regarding the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) search of former President Donald Trump’s residence.

According to a report, Todd spoke with Jordan about his upcoming investigations as the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee and the select subcommittee on the weaponization of the federal government on Sunday’s episode of NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

Jordan wondered when the FBI would stop interfering with elections and let the people of America decide for themselves. They spied on Trump’s campaign in 2016, The Mueller investigation dominated 2018, and They aided in 2020’s suppression of the Hunter Biden saga. Ninety-one days before the election in 2022, they raided the home of the former President.

Jordan objected to the FBI’s search of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate to obtain classified documents, which Todd found offensive.

The pair disagreed over the FBI’s handling of President Joe Biden’s investigation versus President Trump’s investigation into classified documents.

Jordan remarked that the FBI raided Trump’s estate, but they haven’t done the same in Biden’s.

Todd asserted that it was because Biden complied with a subpoena.

But before the raid, reports show that Trump had been amicably cooperating with the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).

Jordan pointed out that during the raid, the FBI photographed Trump’s documents and provided them to the media but did not do the same for Biden.

According to a report of another heated interview with Chuck Todd, Senator Ron Johnson brought up bias against truthful reporting regarding the president’s son, Hunter Biden.

Johnson questioned Todd if he thought it was unlawful to seek out and pay for prostitution in what might have been European sex trafficking operations.  Is that an offense?

Johnson remarked that during an investigation, he discovered Hunter Biden paid prostitutes $30,000 between December 2018 and January 2019. President Biden paid Hunter Biden’s bills totaling about $100,000.

Todd said he would take him at his word that Hunter Biden offended Johnson morally.

Are you not offended? The Senator retorted.

Johnson told Todd that one of the problems was that Todd didn’t invite him on to interview but to argue instead.