Marjorie Taylor Greene has big dreams. Formerly the US representative from Georgia open jaw for a seat on the influential House Oversight Committee—before he finally got one. Now Greene is apparently trying to start the next chapter in her political career and is speculating about moving into the White House with Donald Trump.
In an interview published on Wednesday from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Greene said she hasn’t decided yet whether she will eventually run for the US Senate or maybe become Trump’s vice president. But in her opinion, after winning two elections, there are no limits.
“I haven’t decided yet whether I’m going to do this or not,” Greene said possibly launch a Senate campaign. “I have a lot of things to think about. Will I be part of President Trump’s cabinet if he wins? Is it possible for me to become vice president?”
Trump had previously encouraged Greene to run for the Senate, saying at a Texas rally in March he would fight “like hell” for her victory. Greene replied with saying that she was flattered, but that she had not previously considered running for the Senate.
Greene could also be looking for a way out of the House after being kicked out of the far-right Freedom Caucus Battle with Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.). The Georgia arsonist has been at odds with the far-right segment of her faction since she campaigned for Republican leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) as Speaker of the House, a move that helped Greene break into powerful House committees.
Trump hasn’t said anything publicly to suggest he’s actually considering Greene for a cabinet job or the vice presidency, but she did imagined Being on their VP shortlist—and imagining success—is often the first step toward realizing your dreams.