From fringe to front row: Congresswoman Greene rises in GOP
Marjorie Taylor Greene took her seat directly behind Republican House leader Kevin McCarthy, a proximity to power for the firebrand
congresswoman that did not go unnoticed, as he unveiled the House GOP's midterm election agenda in Pennsylvania.
Days later, she appeared on stage warming up the crowd for Donald Trump,
when the former president rallied voters in Michigan to cast ballots for Republicans, including for control of Congress.
Once shunned as a political pariah for her extremist rhetoric, the Georgia congresswoman
who spent her first term in the House stripped of institutional power by Democrats is being celebrated by Republicans and welcomed into the GOP fold.
If Republicans win the House majority in the November election, Greene is poised to become an influential player shaping the GOP agenda, an agitator with clout.