Newsmakers (Jan. 11): President Biden’s Improperly Handled Classified Documents

Joshua Philipp
By Joshua Philipp
January 11, 2023Full Episodesshare
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Rep. Andrew Clyde (R-Ga.) joins Newsmakers to talk about President Joe Biden’s improperly stored classified documents. Biden lambasted former President Donald Trump for doing the same thing. What does Congress plan to do about it?

Jenna Ellis, former senior adviser and counsel to Trump, discusses the reaction of Republicans in Congress to the classified document discovery, and whether she thinks Biden will get a fair shot to prove innocence.

Rep. Tim Walberg (R-Mich.) talks about why he supported Kevin McCarthy from the beginning for House speaker. He discusses the reasons for the dispute among Republicans in the House over McCarthy, and whether there were positive outcomes.

Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.), House Judiciary Oversight Committee and Government Reform Committee member, helped lead the opposition against McCarthy, and ultimately never voted for McCarthy in voting rounds. Find out what his thoughts are now that McCarthy has been elected.

House Committee on Appropriations member Rep. Andy Harris (R-Md.) didn’t vote for McCarthy initially, but ultimately McCarthy got his vote. He talks about why he switched, and what he hopes to see happen with future spending bills.

Freshman Rep. Andy Ogles (R-Tenn.), a House Freedom Caucus member, opposed McCarthy until McCarthy agreed to certain rule changes. He talks about what he and the Freedom Caucus hope to achieve, and what the significance will be among the larger body of Republicans.

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