Kevin McCarthy refused to protect two of his colleagues after RNC’s formal accusations
He suggested that Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger’s parliamentary career was over.
“I think these two will have a hard time getting back to Congress,” McCarthy said.
House minority leader Kevin McCarthy refused to support Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger’s parliamentary career on Friday after the Republican National Committee’s accusations. Said.
“I think the two will have a hard time returning to Congress,” McCarthy said in Fox News.
McCarthy, who once counted Chainy as one of his best agents, is confused because Kinzinger has “resigned” and Chainy “has a very low turnout in Wyoming.” It sounded like it was done.
The RNC formally condemned the two Republicans on Friday, citing their participation in the Republican National Committee on January 6 as evidence of apostasy against the party. The resolution refers to the Commission’s “persecution of civilians engaged in legitimate political discourse.” After intense criticism, RNC Chair Ronna Romney McDaniel Clarified later The resolution was not intended to call the looting of the Houses of Parliament a “legitimate political discourse.”
Unlike Kinzinger, Chainy is running for reelection in the face of Trump-backed primary opponents. CNN reported McCarthy has so far refused to take a position on whether to support Chainy. Traditionally, the party supports all incumbents in the event of a contested race.
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