‘Sad to see’: Adam Kinzinger on GOP pandering for Trump votes

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Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) talks to CNN’s Jake Tapper about how Republicans running for election are leaning on conspiracy theories to appease the party’s pro-Trump base. #CNN #News

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