MTG Alleges Male Republican Colleague Got Physically Aggressive with Her

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A new report claims that Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has accused a fellow Republican member of Congress from Georgia of getting aggressive with her.

The report from CNN claimed that during a meeting last week with House Speaker Mike Johnson, Greene hurled an accusation against Republican Rep. Richard McCormick.

The CNN report said Greene claimed McCormick was “physically aggressive,” citing sources it did not name.

McCormick has said a “friendly gesture” is being misconstrued.

The incident took place in the emotional time after House Republicans supported McCormick’s resolution to censure Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan over her anti-Semitic conduct instead of the impassioned one authored by Greene.

CNN claimed its sources told it that Greene alleged to Johnson that McCormick grabbed her shoulders and shook her. Johnson has reached out to hear McCromick’s side of the story, CNN reported.

McCormick said the interaction between the two did not go as he had hoped, but that he apologized to Greene.

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