GOP Congressman: Trump Should be 'Out Front' Condemning Putin

Kinzinger, who sits on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, said in "the military community, the intelligence community, the reason you're seeing a lot of them speak out now more [on Russia] is because they feel like this isn't a message that's necessarily coming through the administration."

"You don't hear the administration talking as much about the Russian nuisances they should be. And so you are seeing these institutions of government that understand this trying to, in essence, go about it in a different way," he said.

"But people need to understand that, as terrible as ISIS is -- and we have to destroy them -- Russia is a big threat on the national scene to stability for our allies and anywhere else."