Marjorie Taylor Greene Melts Down Over Australian TV’s Trump Question, Gets Cut Off | EUROtoday

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Far-right Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) grew to become more and more irate on Tuesday when an Australian information anchor’s questions turned to former President Donald Trump and whether or not she would settle for the results of the 2024 election if President Joe Biden wins.

Conspiracy theory-peddler Greene was ostensibly on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s “7.30” present to speak about her delight at Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s launch and return to Australia.

But she acquired testy at any time when anchor Sarah Ferguson tried to show the subject to the presumptive GOP presidential nominee.

Greene tried to goad Ferguson by asking if she was “a serious interviewer” and claiming she couldn’t be taken critically.

Ferguson stored urgent, although, and towards the tip of their alternate requested: “If it doesn’t go your way, if Biden wins, will you accept the result?”

Greene fired again: “Again, what does this have to do with Julian Assange? Seriously, that’s what we’re supposed to be talking about. What network is that? What is this? ABC in Australia? Is she getting her marching orders from the Democrat Party? I mean, like, is this what you decided to come up with today?”

Ferguson famous that Greene, as soon as rumored to be a possible operating mate for Trump, is “a prominent figure in U.S. politics” and the American presidential election is “on the minds not just of Americans, but of the whole world,” explaining her line of questioning as “a natural point of curiosity.”

“But I understand that we’ve reached the end of the questions that you want to answer,” she advised Greene. “Thank you for talking to us about Julian Assange and for joining the program.”

Greene eliminated her mic and the interview ended.

On Thursday, Greene wrote on X, previously Twitter, that she’s “always wanted to go” to Australia and is “sure the Australian people are wonderful just like the American people.”

She added, “The Australian press however, [sic] clearly mindless robots muttering the same stupid talking points from their government masters. Just like ours.”

Watch the complete interview right here:

Earlier this week, Trump marketing campaign spokesperson Karoline Leavitt’s interview with CNN’s Kasie Hunt was equally minimize brief (albeit a lot, a lot sooner) after Leavitt refused to cease attacking Hunt’s colleagues Jake Tapper and Dana Bash, the moderators of the primary Trump-Biden debate that the community is internet hosting in Atlanta on Thursday.

“You come on my show. You respect my colleagues. Period,” Hunt wrote on X afterward. “I don’t care what side of the aisle you stand on, as my track record clearly shows.”