MTG’s Bombshell Message to Trump

( – Outspoken conservative Republican US Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia – a favorite with many grassroots Republicans — has declared she would be open to being Donald Trump’s vice-presidential candidate in the 2024 election.

Greene, often referred to as MTG, is a third-term US House of Representatives member.

She told The Atlanta Constitution-Journal that she was considering several options for her political future, all involving aiming for high-profile positions.

MTG made it clear she was mulling running for the US Senate in 2026 or becoming a member of a potential Second Trump Administration, whether as a Cabinet member or as the United States vice president.

“I haven’t made up my mind whether I will do that or not. I have a lot of things to think about. Am I going to be a part of President Trump’s Cabinet if he wins? Is it possible that I’ll be VP?” she asked herself, as cited by The Washington Times.

The Georgia Republican declared further she would be “very, very heavily” interested in being Trump’s running mate in the 2024 election. She added being on his ticket would be “an honor” for her.

If Greene decides to run for the US Senate in 2026, she will probably face off against Democrat incumbent Jon Ossoff. Before that, in 2024, she would be up for reelection to the House of Representatives.

In earlier comments, MTG told Newsmax she wouldn’t rule out competing against Georgia’s GOP Governor Brian Kemp in the Republican primary for the 2026 US Senate election.

The Georgia congresswoman also attacked Kemp for refusing to condemn Fulton County, Georgia, DA Fani Willis and her indictment of former President Trump.

On Tuesday, a day after Wills indicted Trump and 18 others, accusing them of racketeering and conspiracy to subvert Georgia’s 2020 election, Kemp issued a statement defending the state’s voting system.

He also said the 2020 election “was not stolen,” defying the former president’s election fraud allegations.

“His message should have been against this, not arguing with President Trump about the election and making it about his own ego and pride over Georgia’s election,” Greene said about Kemp.

“That’s a bad statement, and I was very upset over it,” she concluded.