Posted BY: Jasmine | NwoReport

Georgia Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is contemplating her political future, considering the possibility of running for Senate in 2026 or becoming former President Donald Trump’s vice president in 2024, according to a report by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. While Greene has not yet made a decision about challenging Democratic Sen. Jon Ossoff, she expressed openness to serving in Trump’s cabinet if he were to return to the White House. She also mentioned the prospect of being Trump’s running mate, stating that it would be an honor and that she would heavily consider the role of vice president

.Greene criticized Georgia Governor Brian Kemp for his response to the fourth Trump indictment, where Trump was charged with alleged attempts to overturn the 2020 election in Georgia. Kemp’s assertion that the election “was not stolen” drew Greene’s ire, as she believed his focus should have been on countering the indictment rather than engaging in a dispute with Trump.

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Georgia Republicans have faced challenges in retaining Senate seats, with Democrats currently holding both incumbent positions. While Republicans control other key aspects of the state government, the Senate seats have proven more elusive. Greene, who is currently running for reelection, secured her seat by a significant margin in both 2020 and 2022. Meanwhile, Governor Kemp has met with Senate GOP leadership, fueling speculation about a potential Senate bid in 2026.

As Georgia’s political landscape continues to evolve, the decisions made by figures like Greene and Kemp will play a crucial role in shaping the state’s political trajectory. Trump’s response to Greene’s considerations remains awaited, and the coming years will likely witness intense political maneuvering as different factions vie for control and influence.