Marjorie Taylor Greene Hints She’d Like to Be a VP Pick

( – Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene wasn’t shy when asked if she would consider running for vice president alongside former commander-in-chief Donald Trump, saying that it would be “an honor” if she were chosen for the role.

In an interview with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the controversial representative said that she is undecided. “I haven’t made up my mind,” she told the news outlet. She said that she has “a lot of things to think about,” such as serving on the cabinet should Trump win the GOP primary and eventually the presidency next year. Greene said she would consider the matter “very, very heavily” if she’s offered the vice-presidency.

A staunch Trump supporter from the very beginning, Greene also floated the possibility of challenging Georgia governor Brian Kemp if he ran for senator. Rep. Greene took issue with Kemp, who is a fellow Republican – over remarks the governor made defending Georgia’s voting system.

Greene said the “bad statements” made her “very upset,” as she accused Kemp of “making it (Trump’s allegations about the voting in Georgia in 2020) about his own ego and pride.”

It just so happens that former president Trump is facing his fourth indictment courtesy of a Georgia grand jury that charges Trump with 13 felonies, which include violations of Georgia’s Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act and filing false documents. While the third indictment accuses the former chief executive of attempting to tamper with the results of the 2020 election on a national level, the Georgia indictment focuses on Trump’s violations of Georgia’s laws.

Also indicted along with the former president were Rudy Juliani, Jenna Ellis, John Eastman, and Sidney Powell, who were on Trump’s legal team, as well as Mark Meadows, who served as White House chief of staff from 2020 to 2021.

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