Analysis: Why Marjorie Taylor Greene should be very happy right now

Analysis: why marjorie taylor greene should be very happy right now

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Republicans are still considered the favorite to win control of the House this Fall, but by a slim margin. In today’s episode of The Point, CNN’s Chris Cillizza explains how a narrow Republican House majority would have a strong influence from Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene and the House Freedom Caucus. #CNN #Cillizza

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