Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene announced that she will release a tell-all book later this fall, which will highlight her ascent to Congress as one of the most important lawmakers in politics.
“I wanted people to hear my side of the story,” Greene said during an interview with the Washington Examiner, published on Tuesday. “Some of it is setting the record straight.”
Greene also revealed that the book would be titled “MTG,” based on her initials, and would show Americans her true self, “not the character that the mainstream media has created and sold to America over the past few years.”
The 300-page book, which has been in the works for more than a year, will recount the congresswoman’s childhood, first congressional campaign from 2020, and tenure in office.
“I talk about Covid and my personal experience going through that when my dad died,” Greene told the Washington Examiner during her interview.
Greene resumed, “I talk about fights I’ve had with people. I talk about the speaker’s race. I talk about the House Freedom Caucus. So I’m pretty much running the gamut, and I even talk about Jewish space lasers.”
The representative professed that her new book could possibly lay the groundwork for higher office, including as a governor, senator, or vice president.
“I have options. Anything from a governor’s race to a Senate seat,” said Greene.
Greene’s book “MTG” will be released later this fall on Nov. 21.