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No One Wants Marjorie Taylor Greene As Vice President

Marjorie Taylor Greene sits for interview on 60 Minutes | via CBS
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Marjorie Taylor Greene’s potential candidacy as Donald Trump’s vice president doesn’t seem to have much backing.

Among those who voted for Trump in the 2020 election, only a mere one percent preferred Greene as Trump’s running mate.

Conservative businessman Vivek Ramaswamy garnered substantial support, receiving 30 percent.

This lack of enthusiasm for Greene extends beyond Trump’s core supporters, as her appeal as a vice-presidential candidate is similarly weak among Americans.

Despite her vocal advocacy for far-right policies, such as her recent demands for government funding tied to an impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden, it appears that her influence remains low.

Her stance on reducing U.S. support for Ukraine seems out of touch with the views of many Americans who believe in providing assistance to Ukraine.

All these factors suggest that Greene’s chances as Trump’s potential vice president are facing significant challenges. Greene is known as a staunch supporter of former President Donald Trump and has been known for her controversial statements and actions.

Born in Milledgeville, Georgia, in 1974, she graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in business administration. After college, she worked in construction and real estate. In 2012, she founded Taylor Construction, a commercial construction company.

Greene entered politics in 2019 when she announced her candidacy for the U.S. House of Representatives. She campaigned on a platform of supporting Trump, cutting taxes, and reducing government spending. She won the Republican primary and the general election in November 2020.

Since taking office, Greene has been one of the most controversial members of Congress. She has been criticized for her support of conspiracy theories, her attacks on Democrats, and her promotion of violence.

In January 2021, Greene was stripped of her committee assignments by the House of Representatives for her role in the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. She was one of 147 Republicans who voted to object to the certification of Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 presidential election.

Greene has also been criticized for her anti-vaccine rhetoric. She has repeatedly spread false information about the COVID-19 vaccines and has encouraged people not to get vaccinated.

Despite her controversies, Greene remains popular with many Republicans. She is a frequent speaker at Trump rallies and has been endorsed by the former president for re-election in 2022.

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