Greene Announces That She No Longer Cares if GOP Speaker Office Becomes ‘Revolving Door’

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) expressed indifference towards the potential turnover in the Speaker’s office as she advocates for the ousting of House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.), notwithstanding his recent appointment.

Greene voiced her opposition to foreign aid during her participation on Steve Bannon’s “War Room” program on Thursday.

“I don’t care if the Speaker’s office becomes a revolving door. If that’s exactly what needs to happen, then let it be. But the days are over of the old Republican party, that wants to fund foreign wars and murder people in foreign lands, while they stab the American people in their face.” Greene said.

Johnson presented the draft of foreign aid legislation with the intention of providing assistance to Ukraine, Israel, and friends in the Indo-Pacific region, as well as delivering humanitarian relief to Gaza and other areas of significant global tension on Wednesday.

The Speaker has indicated his intention to schedule a vote on the proposal for Saturday evening.

Johnson is said to be considering a proposal to raise the bar for triggering a vote on a motion to remove someone from their position.

This is the same procedure that led to the removal of Johnson’s predecessor, former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.). Currently, only one lawmaker is needed to call it.

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