U.S. Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene voices regret over remarks as punishment looms

By David Morgan WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene expressed regret on Thursday for some of her incendiary remarks but failed to apologize for supporting violence against Democrats, as she faced punishment in the U.S. House of Representatives. The House is due to vote later in the day on a Democratic-backed resolution that would punish Greene, a first-term lawmaker from Georgia and ally of former President Donald Trump, a day after the chamber’s Republican leader Kevin McCarthy opted not to reprimand her. Greene delivered a speech on the House floor ahead of…

Read More

HEDGE accordingly