House GOP Members Face Ethics Complaint For Fundraising Over Trump Charges

  • Two of the top House Republicans are facing an ethics complaint after using the indictment of former President Donald Trump to fundraise and rally their base ahead of the next presidential election.
  • The Congressional Integrity Project, a Democratic-aligned activist group, submitted the complaint to the Office of Congressional Ethics on Wednesday, accusing Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Homeland Security Chairman Mark Green (R-TN) of wrongfully using official business for campaign fundraising.
  • The group pointed to instances in which the lawmakers used events to “promise politically motivated investigations and linked such investigations to their solicitation of campaign contributions.”
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