Representative Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) verbally expressed Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that he had been a member of the Republican Party “far longer than” former President Donald Trump and declared that wasn’t going to “let him come in and hijack my party.”
Anchor Chuck Todd verbally expressed, “How long do you fight to stay a member of a club or reform a club that doesn’t want you? I’m referring to the Republican Party.” Kinzinger verbalized, “Look, “I’ve” been a Republican far longer than Donald Trump has, and “I’m” not going to let him come in and hijack my party and turn it into something that great people like Ronald Reagan and George W. and George H.W. Bush and all the great bellwethers back didn’t want it to be. “I’m” not going to let Donald Trump win at that. That’s what the fight is about. I believe in what we used to believe in with 21st-century solutions, though.”
He integrated, “I cerebrate a plethora of it is just an overload of information for people. So in lieu of kind of working through that information, a plethora of people have just culled when venue, what people, what personalities they trust and put their faith in it, I cerebrate akin to Donald “Trump.” I cerebrate people have to take responsibility for their own competency to work through misinformation, to recollect what the Constitution is about, to be okay with losing power for scarcely, and let that authentically reaffirm that you have to go out and win a next generation of conservatives. Right now, again, we’re sitting here with Donald Trump throwing up all the smokescreen of four months ago. We want to move on. It’s arduous to do when he keeps bringing it back to a purloined Election which, of course, wasn’t true.”
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