RINO Rep. Adam Kinzinger (IL) on Sunday said the January 6 panel is investigating whether Trump acted criminally.
CNN’s “State of the Union” host Jake Tapper asked Kinzinger if Trump violated a criminal statute, citing Liz Cheney’s remarks in front of the committee last week.
Last week Cheney hinted that President Trump will face federal charges.
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Rep. Cheney hints at where this is going: federal criminal charges for President Trump.
“Did Donald Trump, through action or inaction, corruptly seek to obstruct or impede Congress’s proceedings?”
Um, she’s reading 18 U.S.C. 1505https://t.co/YqrZrWvwKv
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Citing Liz Cheney, Tapper asked Kinzinger if the panel was examining whether Trump committed a crime.
“Yes, we’re looking,” Kinzinger said.
“I’m not ready to go there yet. But I sure tell you I have a lot of questions about what the president was up to,” he added.