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Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) said that the FBI's investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server - which resulted in the agency recommending no charges - shows that there are "two standards" of justice in America.

"There's one for you, me and regular folks," Jordan told Bill Hemmer on "America's Newsroom" today. "And there's a different one if you're politically connected. There's one for we the people, and there's a different one for Lois Lerner, John Koskinen and Hillary Clinton."

He said that all citizens should be treated equally under the law, but it's clear Clinton received different treatment because of her last name and status.

"We know this case was treated differently. We know they treated her differently," Jordan said. "When have you ever seen the attorney general meet with the spouse of the person under investigation just two days before she's going to be interviewed?"

"It's not supposed to work like that."

Watch the clip above.


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