House Freedom Caucus voted to remove Greene before July Fourth break, congressman says

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  • Source: CNN
  • 07/08/2023
A majority of the House Freedom Caucus voted to remove GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia just before the current congressional recess on June 23, according to Republican Rep. Andy Harris of Maryland, though her ultimate fate in the group remains unclear.

“A vote was taken to remove Marjorie Taylor Greene from the House Freedom Caucus – for some of the things she’s done,” Harris told reporters Thursday. According to Harris, Greene can no longer attend weekly meetings as they are reserved for members. This would be the first time a member has been ejected from the caucus. Politico first reported the vote.

It is unclear if the process is officially complete as members are still out of town and the rules for kicking out a member of the Freedom Caucus are tightly held. CNN has reached out to the caucus for comment. 

“As far as I know, that’s the way it is,” Harris said when asked if Greene is officially out after the vote occurred.

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