"We need leadership like Liz Cheney, and we need to tell the truth to the American people," the Illinois congressman said in a Thursday statement.
Former Trump administration officials have publicly said the president plans to run again in 2024.
"It's time to unplug the outrage machine, reject the politics of personality, and cast aside the conspiracy theories and the rage," the congressman said in the PAC's launch video Sunday.
"This is not a Trump-first party. This is a country-first party," the Republican congressman said.
In a fresh round of inter-party sparring, GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger publicly stated fellow congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene is "not a Republican."
"Are we aspirational or are we a party that feeds on fear and division?" the GOP congressman asked during a CNN interview.
Kinzinger was one of 10 Republican members of the House who voted in favor of impeaching Donald Trump on Wednesday.
Kinzinger is among the five Republican members of the House who have said they support the president's impeachment.
"There is no doubt in my mind that the President of the United States broke his oath of office and incited this insurrection. He used his position in the executive to attack the legislative," Illinois Representative Adam Kinzinger wrote.
"To allow the president of the United States to incite this attack without consequence is a direct threat to the future of our democracy," New York Republican Representative John Katko said in a Tuesday statement.
Representative Adam Kinzinger said Tuesday that Christian leaders should "lead the flock back into the truth."
The GOP congressman and military veteran on Sunday described the ominous feeling he had during the siege.
"Be totally objective, anyone watching this must condemn it," Pirro said.
The incoming Biden-Harris administration said Thursday that they would leave the potential removal of President Donald Trump "to Vice President Pence, the Cabinet and the Congress to act as they see fit."
GOP Congressman Adam Kinzinger described the Trump supporters' assault as "a coup attempt" on Wednesday.
The Illinois lawmaker described the siege of the Capitol complex by a pro-Trump mob as "a wakeup call" to install a new "sane captain of the ship." A second Republican later followed suit to support immediately ousting the president.
"People are being hurt. This is unacceptable," GOP House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy told Fox News, confirming that shots had been fired inside the Capitol.
Republican Adam Kinzinger traded jabs with Fox News' Mark Levin after the host called for his defeat in the next election cycle.
"Purporting falsehoods is dangerously irresponsible," Illinois Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger said Thursday, "and it's just plain wrong."
"I hope I'm wrong," Illinois Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger said Wednesday. "I'm guessing it could be upwards of 100."
"Hard-working taxpayers are giving their money to this because they are convinced because the president's telling them that they can win," said Republican Representative Adam Kinzinger.
Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger called the reasons Trump cited for vetoing the National Defense Authorization Act "nonsensical."
"The only thing I'm surrendering to is the Constitution and the will of the people," Representative Adam Kinzinger said in response to Representative Mo Brooks.
"I grew up as a Republican because I believe in smaller government and strong national defense and that's being destroyed by conspiracies right now and anger," said Illinois Representative Adam Kinzinger.
Congressman Adam Kinzinger suggested fellow Republicans were backing the effort "for retweets and money" from their base.
"The @FBI did not rig the election," tweeted Ilinois Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger on Sunday in response to President Donald Trump's implications that members of his own administration could be connected to alleged electoral fraud.
The president suggested in an interview that the FBI and DOJ could be involved in an election conspiracy.
Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, a member of the foreign affairs committee, told CNN that Democrats and Republicans agree on '90 percent' of foreign policy.
"Our party needs to be better than giving credence to these insane conspiracy theories," Representative Adam Kinzinger of Illinois tweeted.
"Whether it's Xi of China, whether it's Putin, you don't get bad words against them from the Twitter handle," Congressman Adam Kinzinger said.