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Trump invites QAnon-supporting Republican candidate Marjorie Taylor Greene to the White House for his RNC speech

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PRESIDENT Donald Trump has invited a QAnon-supporter to the White House for his Republican National Convention speech.

Marjorie Taylor Greene – a QAnon conspiracy theorist who won a GOP nomination for a Congressional seat earlier this month – revealed the news on Tuesday afternoon.

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Marjorie Taylor Greene is a loyal Trump supporter, who is pro-gun, pro-border wall and anti-abortion[/caption]

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President Trump will be speaking at the Republican National Convention on Thursday[/caption]

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Marjorie Taylor Greene received this invitation from President Trump[/caption]

She wrote to Twitter: “I’m honored and thrilled to be invited to attend President Trump’s acceptance speech Thursday evening at the White House.

“I’m also equally excited to vote for him again November 3rd, and I’m working hard all over Georgia to help him win.”

Included in Greene’s tweet was a picture of the navy blue and gold invitation.

Trump will be speaking at the Republican National Convention at the White House on August 27, the invitation explained.

Green is a loyal Trump supporter, who is pro-gun, pro-border wall and anti-abortion.

On August 11, Greene beat neurosurgeon John Cowan in a primary runoff for the open seat in a red district in northwest Georgia.

“The GOP establishment, the media, & the radical left, spent months & millions of dollars attacking me,” Greene wrote in a celebratory tweet.

“Tonight the people of Georgia stood up & said that we will not be intimidated or believe those lies I’m excited to be the next Congresswoman of GA 14.”

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Greene tweeted about her RNC invitation[/caption]

Her successful bid came after some Republican officials denounced her campaign after her “racist,” anti-Semitic and anti-Muslim videos surfaced.

“WE WON! Thank you for your support! Save America. Stop Socialism,” Greene wrote.

Greene often posts videos of herself addressing the camera on social media, which helped her popularity amongst her base.

Her filmed statements have also elicited a strong reaction from some of her future would-be colleagues in Congress on Capitol Hill.

After Greene placed first in the initial June 9 Republican primary, a series of her filmed commentaries reportedly surfaced.

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Greene, right, who is pictured with a supporter. has expressed support for QAnon[/caption]

In these videos, she talked about an supposed “Islamic invasion” into government, according to the Associated Press.

Greene said black and hispanic men are held back by “gangs and dealing drugs.”

She also peddled an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory that Jewish billionaire philanthropist George Soros is a Nazis collaborator.

Greene has also expressed support for QAnon, along with other candidates like Lauren Boeber in Colorado.

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A sign supporting Marjorie Taylor Greene is seen on a vehicle in Georgia on August 11[/caption]

QAnon is a bizarre pro-Trump conspiracy theory that has recently been censored from some social media sites.

Its supporters claim the President is communicating about “covert battles” between himself and the Deep State.

According to NBC, the theory is based around an anonymous source, Q, who is trying to tell the world a secret – or multiple secrets.

These center around unfounded allegations that President Trump and special counsel Robert Mueller are waging a secret battle against an alleged paedophile ring.

Supporters of the entirely unfounded theory believe that this ring is filled with celebrities and political elites, who have been covertly running the United States government for decades.


Meanwhile, the President’s oldest son, Donald Trump Jr, called Joe Biden the “Loch Ness Monster of the Swamp” as he channelled his dad in a Monday night speech.

He slammed the Democratic candidate as a “radical” leftist who is favored by China in a pre-recorded speech at the Republican party’s convention in North Carolina.

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