Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) on Thursday had a warning for Trump allies who are not negotiating in good faith with the House Select Committee investigating the January 6th Capitol riots.
Appearing on CNN, Kinzinger told host Anderson Cooper that the committee had agreed to delay appearances by former Trump officials Kash Patel and Mark Meadows -- but he said that members were wary of these officials engaging with the committee simply as a way to stall their testimonies.
"That could be a delay tactic," he said. "It very well may be. But it is important for us, I think, to engage in good will. But I'm going to tell you, our patience is not infinite and in fact, if we start to sniff that this is in fact a delay tactic, I think you can expect, in essence, more of what you're going to see with Bannon."
The Capitol riot committee is expected to give the United States Department of Justice a criminal contempt referral for former Trump political strategist Bannon after he defied its subpoena this week.
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