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The Jan. 6 insurgents may have broken the law when they stormed the Capitol last year, but Donald and Melania Trump are "just sick," they've been jailed for their crimes, according to Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga. ).
Greene told Trump's former White House strategist Steve Bannon on his podcast Saturday that she spoke with Trump and his wife about what she saw while visiting the "patriotic" insurgents in prison.
"President Trump and Melania were both just sick of what they learned," she told Bannon. And Trump has "repeatedly said he will pardon the January 6 defendants" once he is back in office, said Greene, who called the rioters' sentences "political persecution."
Greene discussed the Trumps' reportedly stunned reaction to the consequences of committing crimes as she defended the former president for not pardoning the Jan. 6 rioters.
They were not charged before Trump left office, Greene said. "It would have been impossible for him to magically know how to find these people and forgive them," she said when he was no longer president. Greene reiterated that Trump will do so when he is back in the White House.
Greene claimed she was responding to a recent series of tweets complaining about Trump's lack of pardon. But in fact, she appeared to be defending Trump against complaints that surfaced at his controversial dinner in Mar-a-Lago last week with Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West, and Holocaust-denying white supremacist Nick Fuentes. Fuentes gathered with his America First gang in front of the Capitol on January 6 last year.
According to Axios, Fuentes complained over dinner that Trump's supporters were angered by his lack of support for insurgents. Ye said in a video posted to Twitter last week that he also spoke to Trump about his failure to pardon the rioters.
Greene tweeted her defense of Trump shortly thereafter.
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