Could Marjorie Taylor Greene be Trump's running mate in 2024?

Marjorie
An interview at the Student Action Summit
Some think MTG would be a great running mate for Trump
No formal announcement...yet
Could Trump choose Marjorie?
MTG in hot water
Greene says young republicans should vote like Christian nationalists
Beware of the godless left
Marjorie called her accusers
10,000 Christians signed a petition condemning her remarks
Marjorie "would be honored" to run with Trump

During an interview with 'Real America's Voice,' controversial Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene said she "would be honored" if former President Donald Trump asked her to be his running mate in 2024.

An interview at the Student Action Summit

PatriotTakes posted the interview on Twitter on July 30 and wrote that the interview took place during Turning Point USA's Student Action Summit, a conservative conference held in Florida recently.

Some think MTG would be a great running mate for Trump

A Real America's Voice reporter said to Greene, "I hear the words MTG mentioned a lot as somebody who'd be a great running mate for Donald Trump. I just wonder what you do with that," referring to the lawmaker's initials.

"I would give that some strong consideration"

Ms. Greene responded, "I think if he asked me I would definitely give that some strong consideration."

"I love President Trump"

"I love President Trump, I never hide that fact. I think he's wonderful, I have a great relationship with him, I talk to him frequently."

"I defend him all the time"

Marjorie then continued gushing, "I'm so thankful for him and his family, as we all are, and I defend him all the time."

"I swear I would fight for that man"

"I swear I would fight for that man because he fought for us, and that's the kind of president we need back, and if he were to ask me of course, I would be honored."

No formal announcement...yet

As of yet, Donald Trump has not formally announced that he is seeking the presidency once again; however, he has strongly suggested that is his intent.

Could Trump choose Marjorie?

Trump has not made any indication of who his potential running-mate would be in the 2024 election. Undoubtedly Marjorie hopes her remarks will put her in the running.

MTG in hot water

Marjorie Taylor Greene was also a speaker at Turning Point USA's Student Action Summit. She landed herself in some hot water when she said that Republicans should embrace being "Christian nationalists."

"There's nothing wrong with leading with your faith"

Greene said, "That's not a bad word. That's actually a good thing. There's nothing wrong with leading with your faith..."

Greene says young republicans should vote like Christian nationalists

Marjorie went on to say, "If we do not live our lives and vote like we are nationalists—caring about our country, and putting our country first and wanting that to be the focus of our federal government—if we do not lead that way, then we will not be able to fix it."

Beware of the godless left

Greene has faced heavy criticism for her speech, with some calling her a "Nazi." However, Marjorie then spoke to Newsweek to defend her statement saying, "I am being attacked by the godless left because I said I'm a proud Christian Nationalist."

Marjorie called her accusers "evil"

MTG then said, "These evil people are even calling me a Nazi because I proudly love my country and my God."

"They hate America"

Marjorie concluded, "The left has shown us exactly who they are. They hate America, they hate God, and they hate us."

10,000 Christians signed a petition condemning her remarks

Despite her confidence in her right to express herself and be a "Christian Nationalist," Newsweek reported that more than 10,000 Christians signed a petition condemning Greene's remarks following her speech.

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