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Republican Rep. Liz Chainy said the Justice Department should indict former President Donald Trump if there is good reason, arguing that it would pose a threat to the Constitution.
She said, "If the president can engage in this kind of activity and the majority of the presidential party is looking away, I think it's a very serious constitutional threat. Our constitution. The above obligation is serious. "Chainy said in an interview with ABC News "this week" on Sunday. "I think it's a much more serious threat."
"Apart from politics, I really believe these decisions are difficult. What does that mean for the country?" We really have to think about these things from this perspective, "she added.
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Rep. Liz Chainy, R-Wy.
"We are facing a domestic threat that we have never faced before, a former president trying to unravel the foundations of the Constitutional Republic," said Chaney. rice field. "And he is helped by Republican leaders and elected officials who are willing to take hostages to this dangerous and irrational man."
Chaney and Adam Kinzinger, R- Ill. Is the onlytwo Republicansserving in the panel on January 6th, and recently heard the explosive testimony of the former Trump White House. Assistant Cassidy Hutchinson. Chaney told ABC that Hutchinson was "absolutely confident" in her testimony, claiming that it was "brave" to come before the committee.
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Asked The committee had evidence to support the testimony, Chainy declined to go into the details.
Former President Donald Trump. (AP)
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"The Commission has important evidence on all issues, including the president's angry anger," Chainy said. "In the next few days to weeks, I think we'll see more details about the president's activities and actions for the day."
With Chaney joining the committee, she's in parliament. Was in danger of losing his seat. Pauling shows that Trump-backed opponent HarrietHagemanis 30 points ahead ofAugust. Primary.