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Marjorie Taylor Greene

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MP Marjorie Taylor Greene announced on Saturday that she had spoken to former President Donald Trump, citing his expulsion from Congress.

Grateful for (Trump’s) support

In a series of tweets, the Georgia Republican said she was “so grateful for (Trump’s) support, and more importantly, the people of this country are absolutely 100% loyal to him because he is 100% loyal to him. to the people and America First is. ”
CNN asked the former president for comment.
Greene’s apparent conversation with Trump comes at a tumultuous time for the Republican Party as GOP leaders in the party’s battle for the former president’s role in igniting the murderous uprising on the U.S. Capitol that led to his second impeachment and how his legacy fits that of the party. to come up.

CNN’s KFile reported earlier this week that Greene – a strong supporter of Trump and the policies he led in power – had repeatedly expressed support for the execution of prominent Democratic politicians in 2018 and 2019 before joining the Congress. The congressman has a track record of inflammatory rhetoric, including earlier comments using Islamophobic and anti-Semitic tropes, as well as links to QAnon’s unsubstantiated and completely debunked conspiracy theory.
A spokesperson for Minority House Leader Kevin McCarthy told CNN on Friday that the GOP chairman plans to speak to the congressman next week about his previous comments and contributions.

Greene said in one of his tweets on Saturday: “I will not back down. I will never apologize. And I will continue to fight for people.”
She also referred to comments made by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi at a press conference earlier this week in which the Democratic leader said “the enemy is in the House” and referred to the rhetoric and the behavior of some Republican members of Congress, including Greene.
“Yes, there is an enemy,” Greene wrote. “And this enemy is a toxic rot in socialist politics, and America’s latest sales are pompous hypocrites who believe they are inviolable elites.”
The congresswoman said she spoke out against the violent attack on Capitol Hill on Jan. 6 and accused Democrats of trying to “lie and blame” Republicans for the violence.

Greene had helped promote Trump’s false claims that the 2020 presidential election was fraudulent and stolen from him, and on January 6, along with some of her Republican counterparts, she and some of her Republican counterparts opposed the count. voices.
While many House Republicans have remained silent on Greene’s recent inflammatory remarks, at least 50 of her Democratic counterparts have called for her impeachment from Congress, while others have called for her to be censored or punished.
Democratic MP Nikema Williams, another member of the Georgian congressional delegation, told CNN’s Fredricka Whitfield on Saturday that it was time for Greene to be removed from Congress.
“We have witnessed a direct attack on the United States Capitol for continuing to use rhetoric and incitement to violence,” said Williams, who is a co-sponsor of a law criticizing Greene.
First-year Rep. Cori Bush, a Democrat from Missouri, announced on Friday that she would be removing her office from Greene wearing masks after a violent exchange with the GOP congressman earlier this month.

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