‘These are her words, her lies’: Cooper calls out Rep. Greene

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CNN’s Anderson Cooper calls out Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene for her past comments after the House voted to remove her from her committee assignments for extreme comments she made before winning her seat.

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Marjorie Taylor Greene is an American politician, and U.S. Representative for Georgia’s 14th congressional district. She has previously expressed support for the far-right QAnon conspiracy theory in Facebook videos, but has since distanced herself from these views.

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