Marjorie Taylor Greene triggers a mass spit-take “if I was president” tweet

Radical person in charge Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) Tweeted about being president and received widespread ridicule accordingly.

On Friday, Green vowed, “If I were the president now,” “stripping the territory from American business and rewarding workers,” “significantly relaxing regulations, giving incentives, and 100 for our business. Build confidence in%. Unleash the power of the American economy and rebuild it. “

In a second tweet, Green brags about her actions “in a very short time,” and sees the United States “dominating the world economy and undermining the enemy’s ability to wage war with other nations.”

“Russia will be defeated. China’s fake fragile economy will fail,” she wrote. “And hard-working Americans will be wealthy, successful, and happy.”

Some critics have blamed Greene’s post for being very low in detail.

Others were shuddered by the ideas of lawmakers who supported the conspiracy theory. Parliamentarians were stripped of her House committee duties over her violent rhetoric, and one day she moved to the White House.

This article was originally HuffPost It has been updated.

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