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Fellow Republicans have said they plan to welcome her to the fold, although many have also expressed concern about Greene’s divisive speeches and internet videos. She continued the trend on Wednesday, posting baseless conspiracy theories on social media and sharing an account of a North Carolina boy’s shooting death that highlights the race of his alleged murderer.
Pelosi, a California Democrat, said Thursday that Republicans will have to decide if Greene is worthy of their acceptance. In the U.S. House, party leaders decide which committees their members will serve on. Last year, House Republicans stripped Iowa Rep. Steve King of all committee assignments after he made racist remarks and was reported to have ties to white nationalist.
“It’s a judgment to be made about them as to who they welcome into their ranks,” she said. “And again, we all have diversity of opinion, and that’s the beauty of the mix and Congress. But to have behavior that is beneath the dignity of the Congress, that is a judgment about them.”