nearvideo kinzinger: I do not agree with Trump’s decision to cancel Iran strike
Trump calls for strike against Iran, the response from the Committee for Foreign Affairs, a member of Rep. Adam Kinzinger.
Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill., said Friday on “The story with Martha MacCallum” to expect that Iran, that the President, to act differently if another event occurs.
“Going forward, if you think that the President is going to do the same, if you shoot something else, I think he is, and the pressure is on him, so much so that it’s guest an answer, the last night will pale said, in comparison to,” Kinzinger, host Ed Henry.
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Kinzinger, who does not agree with Trump’s decision, found it interesting that the Democrats were dissatisfied with the President’s change of heart.
“I do not agree with the President on the decision. But that said, this is the thing that those who claim that President Trump was a war driver, the start the third world war, and he can not be trusted, and John Bolton, and all this kind of stuff, now you should not celebrate that he is what you said he was, but they are not,” said Kinzinger.
“While I’m consistent, and I’m not agree with this decision, I think that the President the use of military force as something like this happens again, it is amazing to see the dichotomy of things.”
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Asked why, he answered in agreement with the President, Kinzinger, that the Iranians should face a “cost.”
“I just think that there is a cost for the Iranians must be said,” Kinzinger.