WASHINGTON — Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga. , has only been a member of the House for two years, but she’s already addressed the idea of serving as Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump’s running mate in his reelection bid.
Greene referenced Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp’s rumored 2026 Senate run in an interview with the Atlanta-Journal Constitution published on Wednesday, and she didn’t rule out running against him in the GOP primary for that race.
“I haven’t made up my mind whether I will do that or not,” Greene said. “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?”
Greene, a staunch supporter of the former president, said it would be an “honor” if she was asked to be Trump’s running mate and something she would consider “very, very heavily.”
But Trump’s campaign has yet to announce whether Greene is on their list of potential candidates.
During a rally in Waco, Texas, in April, Trump suggested that Greene run for Senate, and she told NBC News at the time she hadn’t thought about the political prospect.
“I haven’t talked with him about it, but it was so nice of him to say that at the rally,” Greene added.
Greene was ousted from the conservative House Republican Caucus last month after she used an expletive during a confrontation with Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo. But her tenure in Congress has also been marked by her support for House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., as well as her push to impeach President Joe Biden and some of his top administration officials.