Marjorie Taylor Green said she was “honored” to be former President Donald Trump’s running mate.
In an interview with Real America’s Voice, Green said he has a great relationship with Trump and chats regularly.
Trump has not formally announced his candidacy for 2024, but has repeatedly teased his intentions to run.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor-Green of Georgia said if former President Donald Trump asked her to join his ticket if he decided to run again in 2024, she would ” I feel honored,” he said. Newsweek reported.
A video of an interview with conservative media network Real America’s Voice, shared on Twitter by left-wing activist account Patriot Takes, shows Green addressing last week’s presidential election. Turning Point USA Student Action Summit.
During the interview, Green was asked what he thought of the conversation about being Trump’s possible vice presidential nominee in 2024.
Green continued to praise the former president. “I love President Trump. I never hide that fact. I think he’s great,” she said. “I have a great relationship with him. I speak to him often. I am very grateful to him and his family, as are all of us. increase.”
Green added, “He fought for us and will fight for that man,” describing him as the kind of president that “we need to come back.”
The Georgia Republican concluded by saying, “Of course,” he would be “honoured” to join his ticket if asked.
Trump has not officially announced he will run for office in 2024. teased He is plan to Several times. A recent photo of Eric Trump’s golf bag, “Trump 2024” was sewn on.
Trump has suggested that he will not nominate former Vice President Mike Pence as his running mate again. Washington Examiner March: ‘I don’t think people will accept it’
their relationship famously deteriorated After Pence refused to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election.
Green is just one of several names emerging as alternatives for 2024. reported by an insider Governor Christy Noem, Senator Tim Scott, and even their families are strong contenders.
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