Trump on the Jan 6 Panel’s Biggest Problem
Former President Donald Trump recently said it was a bad decision for there not to be any Republican representation on the House committee investigating Jan. 6.
“Unfortunately, a bad decision was made,” Trump told conservative radio host Wayne Allyn Root. “It was a bad decision not to have representation on that committee.”
“That was a very, very foolish decision because they try to pretend like they’re legit, and only when you get into the inner workings, you say, ‘What kind of a thing is this?'” he continued.
“It’s just a one-sided witch hunt.”
Republican Reps. Liz Cheney (WY) and Adam Kinzinger (IL) are the only GOP members on the panel, but they have been labeled as RINOs by Trump and his supporters.
“We have no representation on this panel. We should have, certainly, some Republicans — real Republicans,” Trump said in the interview.
“It’s a terrible thing when you look at it. It’s a totally one-sided kangaroo court,” he said, adding: “In a way, the Republicans should be ashamed of themselves.”