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MTG Says Kemp's performance on the national stage, considering it a massive letdown.

Georgia GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene strongly criticized the response of Governor Brian Kemp to the recent indictment of former President Donald Trump. Speaking on the "Just the News, No Noise" TV show, Greene expressed disappointment in Kemp's actions and missed opportunity to be seen as a hero in the state.

Instead of confronting Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and her actions, Kemp chose to engage in a Twitter debate with President Trump regarding the 2020 election. According to Greene, this displayed nothing but ego and pride from the governor, falling short of what she expected from the leader of Georgia.

Governor Brian Kemp later responded to President Trump's statements on X (formerly Twitter), addressing allegations of election fraud in Georgia. Kemp emphatically stated that the 2020 election in Georgia was not stolen. He pointed out that in almost three years, no one has presented evidence of fraud under oath and proven anything in a court of law.

Kemp reassured the public that Georgia's elections are secure, accessible, and fair, and he vowed to continue prioritizing the integrity of the electoral process throughout his tenure as governor. He underscored the significance of the upcoming 2024 election and stressed the importance of focusing on the future of the country.

Recently, former President Trump and 18 others, including Mark Meadows and Rudy Giuliani, were indicted by a Georgia grand jury for their alleged involvement in a broad conspiracy to overturn the outcome of the 2020 election. The charges against them include making false statements to officials and false statements related to voting machines and "false electors."

Marjorie Taylor Greene expressed her desire for Governor Kemp to publicly condemn the situation faced by President Trump. She emphasized the importance of Kemp taking a stand against these developments and formulating a plan to address them.

Greene acknowledged that personal feelings toward President Trump should not cloud judgment, and she praised Kemp for not retaliating against Trump during his gubernatorial campaign, which resonated with Republican voters. However, she expressed disappointment in Kemp's performance on the national stage, considering it a massive letdown.

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