Marjorie Taylor Greene says she would be ‘honoured’ to be on Trump 2024 presidential ticket
Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has publicly come out in support of the notion that she could ride on Donald Trump’s potential bid for the presidency in 2024, saying she should be asked to run alongside him as his vice president. To be “awarded”.
“I think if he asked me I would definitely give him some serious thought,” she said during an interview on America’s Real Voice last week when asked by the hosts if she would be a two-time impeached president. Would be interested in becoming K’s running mate.
“I love President Trump. I never hide that fact,” she said, emphasizing how she has a “great relationship” with the one-time president and talks “frequently” with him.
The pro-Trump lawmaker said he was “extremely grateful for him and his family, and we all are.”
“I defend him all the time. I swear I’ll fight for the man because he fought for us, and that’s the kind of president we need, and if [he] wanted to ask me [to be vice president]Certainly, I will be honored,” she continued.
The freshman congressman reportedly faced calls to be on the former president’s ticket in 2024 when she joined him while hosting a Saudi Arabia-backed LIV golf event at his country club in New Jersey over the weekend.
While appearing with Mr Trump, Fox News pundit Tucker Carlson and former real estate mogul’s son, Donald Trump Jr., Ms Greene was reportedly met with chants of “MTG for VP”. Washington Examiner informed of.
The former president has yet to officially announce his plans for a second term in the Oval Office, but has begun to indicate his intention to do so in early February 2021. At the time, he teased at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando that “this is far from over,” and that “we will be victorious and America will be stronger and greater than ever.”
Although the former president has had everything to say except the word “go” when triggering his re-election campaign, the Treasury of GOP donors has indicated that there may be one potential challenger to the Republican ticket for 2024: Florida’s Governor Ron DeSantis.
“I think there’s a significant movement within the donor base,” Republican attorney and fundraiser Eric Levine said in an interview. independent Earlier this month the governor of Florida about being a potential successor to the MAGA movement.
The GOP fundraiser added support for Mr. DeSantis, followed by former US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina.
“There is concern that Donald Trump is the only Republican who will not win in 2024,” he said.
DeSantis, an acknowledged ally of the “Make America Great Again” president, faces re-election in the fall and has creatively dropped the question of running into 2024 whenever asked by reporters.
Recent polling by GOP activists suggests he may be preferred over Trump, who claims himself to be “responsible” for getting Florida’s governor into state office.