On Tuesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “New Day,” Representative Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) stated that he doesn’t think President Trump’s comments on the Cohen raid are “helpful” and doesn’t believe that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s actions are an attack on the country.
Kinzinger said, “I don’t think it’s helpful at all. You know there’s — whenever you tweet, there can be trouble, especially when it’s a tweet based out of kind of what’s going on at the moment. So, I wish he didn’t. But at the same time, again, I think we’ll get ultimate answers when this is done. There’s day to day play-by-plays. I get that. For me, I just want to say, at the end, when we get answers, we’ll figure it out from there.”
Kinzinger added that he doesn’t think what Mueller is doing is an attack on the country, stating, “I mean, it’s — look, there’s justice. Justice needs to be served in whatever capacity. So, it’s not an attack on our country.”
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