During the closed deposition last month, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff objected to a line of questioning that he believed was part of a GOP effort to out the whistleblower as Republicans were asking who Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman had spoken to.
CNN asked Rep. Jim Jordan if the Republicans would go down that route again, and he indicated it hadn’t been decided yet.
“We are working on what we are going to ask,” the Ohio Republican told CNN. “Mr Vindman has been subpoenaed by Congress. That means members of Congress should get to ask the questions they want. Adam Schiff doesn't just get to ask the questions he wants.”
Jordan added: “Whether that comes up tomorrow or not — we are still talking about the sequencing of questions and what those questions will be.”