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Jim Jordan questions FTC chief over ex-employer's call for agency to block Musk's Twitter acquisition
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Rep. Jim Jordan is demanding answers from Federal Trade Commission chief Lina Khan, after the chairwoman's former employer called for her agency to block Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter.
"The day after Twitter’s board of directors agreed to sell Twitter to Mr. Elon Musk, the Open Markets Institute (OMI), an extreme left-wing political advocacy organization, called on Biden regulators at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and the Justice Department to ‘block’ the purchase," Jordan, R-Ohio, wrote in a letter sent to Khan on Wednesday and obtained by FOX Business.