Yet another Ohio State University wrestler has come accusing Rep. Jim Jordan of turning a blind eye to alleged molestation by the team's doctor. Ohio State University announced in April it was investigating allegations of sexual abuse leveled at the team doctor Richard Strauss.
"I don't believe them at all", Trump said to the press pool on the plane. He said he was surprised Jordan had denied knowing anything about it: "I would say that's kind of hurtful".
President Donald Trump defended Jordan at a campaign rally in Montana on Thursday, saying he believed the Ohio Republican and did not believe the accusations. "No question in my mind", Trump said. I believe Jim Jordan 100 percent.
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The politicization of the budding maybe-scandal was inevitable, and some right-wing gabbers leapt to the unsupported theory of a Deep State conspiracy to clip Jordan's wings right away. "I have nothing but respect for this man, I love this man, but he knew as far as I'm concerned". "The accusations that have been made by these couple of people who I don't know are...not consistent with the Jim Jordan I've come to know and admire and certainly not consistent what Jim espouses every day when nobody's looking", Meadows said, speaking with the Washington Examiner. Shine was cited in at least four lawsuits alleging sexual harassment or racial discrimination and was largely considered unhirable after his unceremonious exit from Fox News. Jordan, who was the assistant coach from 1986 to 1994, may have covered up the incidents, according to the reports. Porter Wright says they followed up with a call in June that Jordan's office says it never received.
Fury said Jordan was willing to cooperate with the investigation but had not been contacted about an interview, a point disputed by the law firm appointed by the Ohio attorney general's office to represent Ohio State in the matter. "If we had, we would have reported it", Jordan told reporters on Wednesday. While he didn't report the abuse directly to Jordan, Dailey said the representative took part in conversations in which Strauss's sexual assault of other team members was discussed.
Jordan spokesman Ian Fury said the email address email@example.com is "non-existent" and does not appear to generate a bounceback error message to those who use it outside the House firewall. "We all did", Dailey, 43, told NBC News.
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"I participated with [Jordan] and the other wrestlers in locker-room talk about Strauss". "It was very common knowledge in the locker room that if you went to Dr. Strauss for anything, you would have to pull your trousers down".
Jordan's spokesman said he would assist investigators in any way he could.
Dr. Strauss's inappropriate touching of athletes was open knowledge, he said, and he remembered talking about it with Mr. Jordan on road trips, in the sauna and after practices.
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