(TheRedWire.com) – Former Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.), who has become a vocal critic of former President Donald Trump, was asked in a recent interview by CNN’s Kaitlan Collins who he would be voting for following the announcement that Chris Christie, his preferred candidate, had withdrawn from the presidential race.
Kinzinger noted in response that he considered it extremely likely that the 2020 presidential race would end up being a rematch between Trump and Biden. He added that in such a case it is “not even a question” that he would support Biden over Trump. In his remarks, he pointed out that there was no question as the question at that point would have turned into whether or not one believed in a functioning democracy or not. He added that this would be the only thing on the U.S. ballot.
Kinzinger, who had been one of the two Republicans to have served in the House Jan. 6 Committee, has stated before that Trump did not care about the Constitution and that he constantly attempted to portray himself as the victim.
The former lawmaker added that America is tired and would not be able to withdraw for another four years. He added that while he disagreed with Biden on many things, he does not hate democracy, which would be the question if Biden and Trump ended up on the ticket together.
Kinzinger pointed out that more than anything else he believed in the United States, over the Republican party. He further noted that currently, he did not believe in the GOP.
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