President-elect Donald Trump has all but ruled out pushing for Hillary Clinton to be prosecuted over her private email server.
In a recent interview with The New York Times, Trump said, "It's just not something that I feel very strongly about."
But Clinton might not be out of the woods yet, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) said on "Fox & Friends" today.
Jordan, a member of the House Oversight Committee, explained to Steve Doocy that Congress has an "obligation" to press on with its Clinton probe.
"She obviously broke federal records law, at least I think she did," Jordan said. "It's equal treatment under the law in this country. That is the standard. And if anyone else would be investigated, then so should the former secretary of state."
Jordan pointed out that as far as the Trump administration goes, the decision to continue the Clinton investigations will be made by attorney general appointee Jeff Sessions.
"If he thinks it warrants further pursuit, further activity, further investigation, he can move in that direction," Jordan said.
He added that he respects Trump's comments on the Clinton probes, but he believes the House has a "constitutional obligation" to investigate, regardless of who's in the White House.