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Rep. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, one of the 10 Republican lawmakers who crossed party lines to vote for the impeachment of President Donald Trump, asked his congressional colleagues to "learn the lessons of the recent past" and vote to convict the former president.
Not only will the Champaign County Republicans not hold a Lincoln Day Dinner this year — the annual event where members socialized and often got a rousing pep talk — but there’s not much of a party to meet.
WGN Radio: Rep. Kinzinger on his “Country First” movement: ‘The Constitution needs people to defend it’
Rep. Adam Kinzinger(R-IL) joins Steve Bertrand on Chicago’s Afternoon News to talk about his new “Country First” website, funded by Kinzinger’s Future First Leadership Political Action Committee, and why he is trying to purge “poisonous conspiracies and lies” from the Republican Party.
Kinzinger is looking to return to party “he signed up for”
Chicago Tribune: Rep. Adam Kinzinger launches ‘country first’ movement as Trump criticism puts focus on Illinois GOP divide amid search for new leadership
U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger’s vote to impeach Donald Trump and criticism of Republican congressional colleagues who support the former president has highlighted a split in the state GOP as it gets set to decide on new leadership.
Rep. Adam Kinzinger announced the formation of a new group Sunday called “Country First,” saying that he aims to eliminate the “poisonous extremism” that he says has overtaken politics in the United States.
Christianity Today: Meet the Republican Congressman Who Says His Faith Led Him to Vote for Impeachment
Adam Kinzinger wants to see a commitment to truth reorient his party and recover the witness of the American church.
How Representative Adam Kinzinger, an evangelical Republican, decided to vote for impeachment--and start calling out his church.
Chicago Sun-Times: Rep. Adam Kinzinger on the fight for the future of the GOP: ‘That epic battle has commenced’
The most prominent Republican in Illinois, Kinzinger is stepping up his crusade to “RestoreOurGOP,” as his hashtag says, in this post-Trump era.
"I did it knowing full well it could very well be terminal to my career," the Republican lawmaker said this week