Jim Jordan said he couldn't comment on Trump's statement that there could be "death" and "destruction" if he's indicted.
Jordan initially said he hadn't read Trump's Truth Social post.
When a reporter showed him the post, Jordan said he couldn't read well without his glasses.
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NBC News' Sahil Kapur reported that he asked Jordan about his thoughts on Trump's warning, but Jordan said he hadn't seen the former president's Truth Social post.
Kapur added that when he showed Jordan Trump's post, the Ohio congressman replied that he couldn't read it well without his glasses.
He and his lawyers have also accused Bragg of trying to bring a politically motivated prosecution against the former president. »