Ex-GOP Lawmaker Spots 'Badddddd Sign' For Trump Hidden In Latest Numbers

Adam Kinzinger taunted "Chief Whiney" over results in Tuesday's primaries.
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Former Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) said Donald Trump’s victory in Tuesday night’s Republican primaries across multiple states comes with some serious red flags.

While the former president won handily in Florida, Ohio, Arizona, Kansas and Illinois, the number of people who turned out to vote against him was unusually high ― especially given that all of his rivals have quit the race, Kinzinger said.

Trump won about 81% of the vote in Florida, 79% in Ohio, 81% in Illinois, 78% in Arizona and 76% in Kansas, based on results early Wednesday from The Associated Press.

Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, who dropped out two weeks ago, won 14 to 20% of the vote over those states.

Kinzinger wrote on X (formerly Twitter):

Other Trump critics also pointed to a potential sign of weakness in Tuesday night’s numbers:

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