Marjorie Taylor Greene Lashes out After Biden Calls Her 'What's Her Name'

Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia expressed outrage toward President Joe Biden on Friday after he referred to her as "what's her name."

Greene and other Republicans who had large Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans forgiven, all well in excess of $100,000, were targeted by the official White House Twitter account on Thursday for alleged hypocrisy due to their denouncement of Biden's student loan debt forgiveness program, which forgives up to $20,000 in debt per borrower. Greene on Friday targeted Biden repeatedly on Twitter.

The Georgia Republican condemned the president earlier on Friday while sharing a short video clip of him saying that he does not "respect these MAGA Republicans." Greene told Biden to "go to hell" after accusing him of destroying the economy, importing "deadly drugs," "killing the unborn" and "genital mutilation of children."

"I don't respect you for leaving our border wide open allowing an invasion & deadly drugs in daily, arming the Taliban, wrecking our economy, killing our energy independence, & supporting killing the unborn & genital mutilation of children," Greene tweeted. "Go to hell Joe."

Hours later, Greene appeared to accuse the president of "buying votes"—likely a reference to her support of disproven conspiracy theories claiming that the 2020 presidential election was "stolen" from former President Donald Trump—after sharing a clip of Biden referencing Republican PPP loan forgiveness while dismissing her as "what's her name."

"I found it fascinating that some of the folks who were talking about 'this is big spending' are the same people that got $158,000 in PPP money," Biden told reporters outside the White House in the clip shared by Greene. "Including the... what's her name? That woman who believes in... well, anyway, a whole lot of Republicans got a lot of money. The very people criticizing."

"Well if his dementia wasn't so bad he could remember," Greene tweeted in response. "At least President Trump knows everyone's name. Joe is a career politician that knows nothing about making payroll during a tyrannical government shutdown. He only knows how to buy votes."

Nick Dyer, communications director for Greene, told Newsweek in a statement responding to the White House tweet that Greene's office "can't seem to find a tweet condemning the acts of political terrorism committed against Congresswoman Greene this week."

Greene said that she was "swatted"—a term typically referring to receiving harsh treatment from law enforcement after being targeted with false reports to police—multiple times this week after police rang her doorbell following false reports, claiming that "political terrorism" from supporters of transgender rights were to blame.

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Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, left, during a rally in Newark, Ohio, on April 30, 2022; President Joe Biden, right, at the White House in Washington, D.C., on August 24, 2022. Greene lashed out against Biden on Twitter repeatedly Friday, telling the president to "go to hell" and accusing him of having "dementia" after Greene was referred to as "what's her name." Left: Drew Angerer, Right: Alex Wong/Getty Images

Greene proposed an anti-transgender law last week that would make gender-affirming medical care for transgender children a felony, ban medical and mental health professionals from learning about the treatments in college and block funding any related treatment for adults—despite the treatments being overwhelmingly backed as the standard of care for transgender people by the mainstream medical establishment.

Greene also denounced an online forum best known for harassing and stalking transgender people earlier this week after police linked the forum to her own "swatting." The congresswoman, who has lashed out against alleged "free speech" violations conservatives have experienced on social media platforms, demanded that the forum be "taken down" by the government.

Newsweek reached out to the White House for comment.