Adam Kinzinger, one of the mere ten Republicans who cast their votes in favor of impeaching Donald Trump for his role in inciting the Capitol insurrection, directly confronted a significant aspect of the upcoming primary debates.
Speaking on CNN, he unreservedly addressed the matter, calling Trump a “coward” and shedding light on the reason behind the former president’s absence from the upcoming event.
During his appearance on CNN, Kinzinger candidly expressed, “He’s scared to death of Chris Christie.” He then elaborated on his viewpoint, asserting, “I think Chris Christie is going to dominate the discussion, and I believe that’s what he’s apprehensive about.”
Chris Christie stands out as one of the few Republican contenders who consistently doesn’t shy away from confronting Trump and critiquing his actions.
His approach is marked by a direct and skillful manner, fitting for a former federal prosecutor with a reputation as a formidable figure. Not constrained by a MAGA allegiance, he is positioned to bring a level of entertainment to the political arena.
Chris Christie’s straightforward stance on Trump’s claims of a stolen election was captured in his statement, “The worst part of that moment is that the American people look at that and say, he’s the president, he must know something… That’s disqualifying.”
It’s apparent that Kinzinger’s perspective underscores the anticipated clash between these two figures and the potential impact it could have on the primary debates.