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In response to former President Trump’s characterization of the United States as a “third-world country” during his Super Tuesday victory speech, former Representative Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) expressed vehement disapproval on social media, urging Trump to “eat dirt” and calling him a “scumbag” for his derogatory remarks. Kinzinger, a vocal critic of Trump, rebuked the former president’s comments, emphasizing his belief in America’s greatness and labeling Trump as a disgrace and embarrassment.

Trump’s speech, delivered from his Mar-a-Lago estate after securing victories in more than 10 primary contests, centered on themes of border security and immigration, where he likened aspects of the United States to those of a third-world country. Despite acknowledging Trump’s political success, Kinzinger refused to normalize or downplay the significance of his victories, particularly in light of the January 6, 2021, Capitol attack.

As a member of the House committee investigating the Capitol attack, Kinzinger has consistently warned of the dangers posed by Trump’s rhetoric and actions, emphasizing the former president’s disregard for constitutional norms. Kinzinger’s criticism extended to Trump’s leadership qualities, questioning his ability to provide the inspirational leadership necessary for the country.

While conceding the impressiveness of Trump’s electoral victories, Kinzinger underscored the need to move past the divisive primary season and focus on preparations for the upcoming general election. He expressed relief that the Republican primary field was narrowing, enabling the party to unify and strategize for the future.

Looking ahead, Kinzinger made his stance clear, affirming his support for President Biden in the 2024 election over Trump without hesitation. This steadfast opposition underscores Kinzinger’s commitment to principles he believes are essential for the nation’s well-being, even amidst the turbulent landscape of contemporary politics.