Marjorie Taylor Greene and Lauren Boebert look from the outside like MAGA twins, both loathed by Democrats for their incendiary right-wing rhetoric. But inside the House GOP, they’re not quite buddy-buddy. Privately, Republicans say Boebert — who’s seen as more of a party team player than Greene — detests being tied to her Georgia colleague.
And when the House Freedom Caucus board of directors gathered last month at its usual spot a few blocks from the Capitol, the two tangled over Greene’s appearance at a February event organized by a known white nationalist.
Their confrontation grew so heated that at least one onlooker feared the Greene-Boebert back-and-forth might escalate beyond the verbal cage match had another board member not stepped in to de-escalate, according to a GOP lawmaker who was granted anonymity to describe what happened.
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US Rep Lauren Boebert (R-CO) has had enough of US Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), was appalled MTG attended Nick Fuentes’ white supremacist rally, and wants people to stop thinking of the two as allies. It’s led to loud arguments between the two women. https://t.co/PW2ufTpfKM
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Warring Marjorie Taylor Greene and Lauren Boebert had to be separated at GOP conference: report
“Their confrontation grew so heated that at least one onlooker feared the Greene-Boebert back-and-forth might escalate beyond the verbal cage match…” https://t.co/8lFUAyZTLD
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