Ryan Zinke talks about the importance of an impeachment inquiry targeting President Joe Biden, while Matt Rosendale has a contentious interview with Kilmeade on Fox & Friends regarding a potential government shutdown.

Let's start with Montana Western District Congressman, former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke (R-MT01). The Navy SEAL Congressman sat alongside Green Beret Congressman Michael Waltz (R-FL) talking about the $6 billion that Biden is sending to the terror regime in Iran. They also discussed the impeachment inquiry now moving forward in the US House.

Rep. Zinke: You have what I call- our three generals. You have Smith, you have Comer, and you have Jordan- and all them have been neck deep in the investigations. And I wish people would actually go to the briefings, that would be helpful. What you have is-  we know the bank accounts going into a multitude of LLCs, right? The big shells. We know that he (Biden) used different names. So what we don't have is- we don't have, as these funds were drained, where did the money go? Follow the money. All roads lead to Rome. The inquiry allows us to pursue that.

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Meanwhile, Montana's Eastern District Congressman Matt Rosendale (R-MT02) had a contentious interview with Brian Kilmeade on Fox & Friends. Kilmeade asked Rosendale why he isn't supporting a widely touted compromise plan supported by fellow Freedom Caucus members like Rep. Byron Donalds (R-FL) and Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX):

Rep. Rosendale: This is about messaging. Again- you're getting back to what this is all about. It's about messaging. Let's sit down. Let's take the time that we have remaining. Let's develop the appropriation bills, all 12 of them

Brian Kilmeade: You can do it in seven days.

Rep. Rosendale: Absolutely. Brian, we can accomplish anything we want to in 48 hours in this city, but you have to want to do it.

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