Marjorie Taylor Greene has said that she will support Donald Trump for president in 2024 no matter what happens. She has made this statement on several occasions, including in an interview with the Guardian in August 2023.
Greene is a Republican congresswoman from Georgia who is known for her support of Trump and her far-right views. She has been criticized for her past support of conspiracy theories and her violent rhetoric.
In the interview with the Guardian, Greene said that she believes Trump is the best person to lead the country and that she would support him even if he were convicted of a crime. She said, “I don’t care what happens. I’m going to support President Trump.”
Greene’s comments have been met with mixed reactions. Some people have praised her for her loyalty to Trump, while others have criticized her for her willingness to support someone who has been accused of wrongdoing.
It remains to be seen whether Trump will run for president in 2024. If he does, it is likely that Greene will be one of his most vocal supporters.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene expressed her unflinching support for the former president while criticizing the Biden administration and Democratic prosecutors for their ongoing prosecutions of him.
Greene declared on social media that she would vote for Trump even if he ended up in prison following the newest indictment of Trump by special counsel Jack Smith, this time for allegations relating to the disturbance at the Capitol Building on January 6.
Trump and others were accused of plotting with his allies to spread untrue information about the 2020 race and coming up with strategies to destroy Vice President Biden.
In an effort to stay in power, the indictment claims that Trump and his aides repeatedly lied about the election results in the two months that followed his defeat. They are also said to have put pressure on former Vice President Mike Pence and state election officials.
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Republicans and Trump himself have argued that his claims are no different from those made by Hillary Clinton, a two-time loser in the presidential race, and the majority of Democrats after she lost to him in the 2016 election. Clinton repeatedly said for years after the election that Trump was a “illegitimate” president and that the election had been “stolen.”
Greene referred to the most recent accusations as “a communist attack” on Americans’ freedom to select their own leaders in one of his tweets.