Marjorie Taylor Greene defends Trump, hits back at Democrats’ ‘name calling’

by Summer Lane

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., scorched mainstream media commentary and Democrat attacks in an interview with Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk during an episode of “The Charlie Kirk Show.”

Greene’s comments were in response to bombastic accusations from Biden’s White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre that President Donald Trump was somehow anti-Semitic.  

“You know who’s the antisemites?” Greene replied. “The Democrat Party. I mean, honestly…they have called us Nazis. They’ve called him [Trump] Hitler. And there are members of Congress that I serve with that support Hamas attacking Israel. They support all these policies that are just bad for everybody.”

Rep. Greene hits back at Democrats’ wild insults

Ironically, President Donald Trump achieved monumental success in his foreign policy approach to the nation of Israel, cementing the historic Abraham Accords during his presidency. The press secretary’s remarks come on the heels of a recent post written by Trump on Truth Social where he primarily heralded his administration’s success with Israel:

“No President has done more for Israel than I have. Somewhat surprisingly, however, our wonderful Evangelicals are far more appreciative of this than the people of the Jewish faith, especially those living in the U.S. Those living in Israel, though, are a different story – Highest approval rating in the World, could easily be P.M.! U.S. Jews have to get their act together and appreciate what they have in Israel – Before it is too late!”

Rep. Greene slammed Democrats for their insults and accusations, stating, “They need to stop with their name calling.”

In 2018, President Trump delivered big for the people of Israel and moved the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, following his move to recognize the city as the capital of the country, per Israel Unwired.

In a recent interview with actor Jon Voight, Trump warned against the Democrats’ departure from his administration’s diplomatic approach. “If some very big things don’t happen very quickly, there can’t be a turnaround,” Trump remarked, referring to the current state of unrest in the Middle East since his departure from office.

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