In five years, it will be difficult to find someone who would acknowledge to supporting former President Trump, said Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger (Ill.), adding that he believed the previous leader was “becoming irrelevant,” The Hill reports.
Kinzinger, one of only two Republicans on the House committee looking into the Capitol incident on January 6, was questioned about how he thought the panel’s open hearings will affect Republican voters.
Recent surveys have revealed that Trump continues to have strong support from Republicans. He frequently comes out on top when people are asked if they would still vote for him in the GOP primary in 2024, should he decide to officially run.
The only other Republican receiving significant support in the polls besides Trump is Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
Trump has regularly hinted that he would run for president in 2024, but he has not yet made an official announcement.
The House subcommittee on January 6 convened a number of hearings to demonstrate how inadequate Trump’s response to the Capitol riot was and how rioters were influenced by Trump’s messages about the 2020 election.
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