On Monday night, the House Freedom Caucus co-founder got into a verbal exchange with CNN's Anderson Cooper in which he repeatedly insisted that he's never heard Trump lie.
"He's always been square with me," Jordan said. "That's for darn sure."
"What about the American people?" Cooper asked.
"The American people elected him President of the United States," Jordan replied.
Cooper pressed on: "But I mean, have you ever heard the President lie? That's why I'm asking you?"
"I have not," said Jordan. "And the American people feel like what the treatment he's receiving from the top people of the FBI ...."
"I don't think you can talk about all the American people," Cooper interrupted. "But I'm asking you — just yourself, have you ever heard the President lie?"
"I have not," Jordan reiterated.
And so it went, with Cooper pointing out that the Washington Post has counted "hundreds and hundreds" of untruths by Trump, and Jordan insisting that he doesn't know of anything that Trump has publicly said that's a lie.
PolitiFact's online fact-checking website currently catalogs 173 false statements by Trump and 79 lies that were sufficiently outrageous to be designated "Pants on Fire." The New York Times has its own "definitive list" of lies by Trump.
Even conservatives reacted to Jordan's statements with disbelief, with Jordan's former GOP congressional colleague — Illinois conservative talk show host Joe Walsh — tweeting "I love Jim Jordan. He's one of my favorite Conservatives. But this is silly. And not honest."
Jordan's file at PolitiFact doesn't contain a single "False" or "Pants on Fire" statement. That might change if they caught Monday night's interview.