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Some Trump supporters 'literally' equate ex-president with Jesus, says Adam Kinzinger

The House of Representatives is investigating last year's Capitol riots,as Rep. Liz Cheney suffered a crushing defeat in Wyoming's House Republican primary on Tuesday night. Her fellow GOPer on the selection committee said the percentage of supporters of former President Donald Trump who see him as a child of God.

"As a pastor myself, I would say this. Many pastors in this country are betraying their congregations. Cowboy State." 

"And today, literally — I mean, in their minds, they don't say it." I think it might — but there are people who equate Donald Trump with the person of Jesus Christ," Kinzinger added. , if you even go against Donald Trump, which is clearly pretty flawed, you are going against Jesus and against their Christian values...and their religion. In pursuit of , you violate the depth of who they are.” 

Rep. Adam Kinzinger claimed in an MSNBC interview that some supporters of former President Donald Trump equate him with Jesus Christ.
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Kinzinger said that some pastors are failing their congregation by pushing"Trumpism from the pulpit."
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Kinzinger said many Trump supporters view attacks on the former president as attacks on their Christian values.
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Kinzinger and Cheney were among the ten people who voted. Two of the Republicans in the House of Representatives were set to impeach Trump last year on charges of inciting the January 6, 2021 riots. Eight of these deputies have either announced their intention to retire from parliament or have been defeated by their first challengers.

Cheney lost to Trump supporter Harriet Hageman in the nomination race, andDick Cheney beat former Vice President Dick Cheney's daughter by more than 37 percent.

Trump has repeatedly referred to Kinzinger as "Reno," or a Republican in name only. 

Kinzinger is not running for re-election this falland despite opposition from his party and threats to his family, he has been criticized for being the 45th president. supported criticism. 

"I got kicked out of my tribe," he told his MSNBC on Tuesday night, adding, "That's fine."