We’re finally getting a few hints about what’s in — and on — the new autobiography from Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R‑GA).
A month after Secrets revealed that her first book would be out Nov. 21, it has finally been printed, bounded, and delivered to the lawmaker.
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“I wanted people to hear my side of the story,” she told us of her book, MTG.
Over the weekend, she showed the front cover and the shocking back cover, which is where authors typically show off what friends think of their book.
But not MTG, who has a well-earned reputation of punching back at her critics and has most recently been hip-deep in the House speaker fight.
Instead, she featured her enemies leveling their best attacks on her. The list included comments from six foes such as President Joe …