House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy does not appear to be taking Rep. Justin Amash’s recent tweets about President Trump very seriously, claiming that the Michigan Republican simply “wants to have attention,” and questioning his GOP bona fides.
Amash tweeted his take on the Muller report on Saturday, claiming that President Trump “engaged in impeachable conduct,” specifically obstruction of justice, and that Attorney General Bill Barr “deliberately misrepresented” Mueller’s findings.
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“This is exactly what he wants, he wants to have attention,” McCarthy said on “Sunday Morning Futures.” He went on to express doubt over Amash’s Republican leanings in general.
“You’ve got to understand Justin Amash. He’s been in Congress quite some time. I think he’s asked one question in all the committees that he’s been in. He votes more with Nancy Pelosi than he ever votes with me. It’s a question whether he’s even in our Republican conference as a whole.”
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