“We’re Kind Of Under Siege Here” – Rep. Kinzinger On The President’s Assault On The Capitol Build…

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Published on January 7, 2021

Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger joins Stephen to describe his experience inside the Capitol Building during today’s failed coup attempt and says that he expects conversations about using the 25th Amendment to remove the president will begin soon. #Colbert #AdamKinzinger #RepKinzinger

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20 comments

  • Douglas Martin 2 years ago

    This guy couldn’t tell Trump was a sociopath before the election. That doesn’t say much for his ability to able to govern. He is the same as all Republicans – party before country. All the crap that this president did and only now he thinks he should be removed, shame on you Adam.

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  • Iona Stein 2 years ago

    The USA IS A LAUGHING STOCK AND AN EMBARRASSMENT FOR THE WORLD TO SEE !!
    Specially mr. putin is LAUGHING OUT LOUD !!
    BRAVO BRAVO BRAVO USA

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  • Anthon van der Neut 2 years ago

    Trump is just testing how far he, and his family members, can go, and testing how far people will go along.
    US citizens, please make sure none of them ever get close to having some form of power again.

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  • Janet Beebe 2 years ago

    I don’t care if there is only 2 weeks left, Trump violated his Oath of Office, and incided & provoked his own private militia to do so as well. Every ” White Supremacist ” group was represented at the Capital today, urged on by their leader, Trump. This was an organized “Coup”.

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  • Mikey Able 2 years ago

    They should’ve left it in a pile of ashes

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  • J Bond 2 years ago

    It’s time to proclaim the Martial Law, Georgia had fraud election of senator again.
    The U.S citizens and the world support Trump won election.

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  • Smorgasbord Rules!! 2 years ago

    -Horror-Chocked-Stunned- ..and sadness over this… Not the interview, but the terror-attack.. Yeeeezee…… Hope for the 25th; PLEASE!! And Please Take Care out there! Thank You Colbert and others!

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  • T A 2 years ago

    I had respect for him until he bitched out and didn’t name names. Holding these bastards accountable the way he says starts there. It was smart of Colbert to put him on the spot like that and unfortunately this interview has inevitably been a waste of his and our time.

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  • Marion Hämmerle 2 years ago

    Kinzinger, it’s like complaining that the cow escaped after opening the barn doors.

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  • vick Prakash 2 years ago

    Domestic terrorism shouldn’t be tolerated!

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  • Vanity Mwaah 2 years ago

    ANTIFA AND BLM MEMBERS INFILTRATED TRUMP RALLY, THEY DISGUISED AS TRUMP SUPPORTERS AND BREAK IN THE CAPITOL BUILDING WINDOWS FAKE NEWS MEDIA AND DEEP STATE SET THIS UP.

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  • Imaculata 2 years ago

    Kinzinger would ‘consider’ impeachment now? Consider? So he’s basically still complicit?

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  • Slevin Kelevra 2 years ago

    Not to nickel and dime, I want to be clear. Abuse of office is totally fine. Today though, undermining the pennies of democracy. that’s significantly dangerous. – A. Kinzinger

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  • Open Your eyes 2 years ago

    Not naming names is cover up for the insurrectionist at the top, Republicans will try to use Trump as a scapegoat as if though they are innocent

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  • Jedda Lingmar 2 years ago

    How other countries are seeing america today… I’m an Australian. Most of us are horrified at what has happened. It’s true, our democracies are fragile and need our willing and open support to survive. This coup attempt needs to be dealt with, via legal channels, as aggressively as any terrorist attack would be. Not only for the sake of the USA, but for all ‘Western Democracy”.

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  • L A 2 years ago

    Are your Wall Street donors taking care of you??

    Haha

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  • PurpleMonkeyCovers 2 years ago

    “Certainly, probably, consider that…” said Adam Kinzinger when asked if he’d vote differently now on impeaching Trump since he voted against it last time. Wow. Perhaps he, like many other politicians in the US today, should also “Certainly, probably, consider” resigning his post for someone who actually gives a shit about the people living in their country. This isn’t even my country and I am absolutely fuming.

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  • Ulf Eisenhuth 2 years ago

    Americans, are you letting Donald Trump get away with this?

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  • bigginsd1 2 years ago

    As a non-American I find it baffling that Americans are surprised that Trump does something after repeatedly saying he is going to do it for months prior.
    It’s similar to Americans being shocked by school shootings, after doing nothing after every other time they occurred. For you they are as inevitable weather; you have the same conditions, you refuse to amend stupid laws, you get dead children, that is something you have chosen you are willing to trade for your “freedom”.

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  • Natalie Johnson 2 years ago

    You knew then what you know now. So stop pretending you have ANY moral ground to stand on!

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