Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill., Said Friday on "The story with Martha MacCallum" that Iran can expect the president to act differently if another incident occurs. "Going forward if they think the president is going to do the same thing , if they shoot anything else down, I think he's going to and the pressure is going to be on him so much that there will be a response that last night will pale in comparison to, "Kinzinger customs guest Ed Henry.
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Trump confirmed early Friday drone "10 minutes before the strike," saying the number of expected casualties was not "proportionate" to what Tehran did.
Kinzinger, who disagreed with Trump's decision, found it interesting that Democrats were unsatisfied with the president's change of heart.
"I disagreed with the president's decision. But that said, this should be the thing that was claiming that President Trump was a hotter, was going to start World War III and he can't be trusted, and John Bolton and all this kind of stuff, they should now be celebrating that they are not what they said he was, but they are not, "Kinzinger said.
" The president will use military force as something like this happens again, it is amazing to see the dichotomy of things. "
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Asked why he disagreed with the president Kinzinger responded to the Iranians should face a "cost. "
" I just think there is a cost to the Iranians, "Kinzinger said.