SEAN HANNITY (HOST): What I most fear about this current Republican conference is there are way too many moderates that are part of the conference.
For example, Speaker Johnson tries to get a deal done -- and Kevin McCarthy, I think in his own way, tried to get a similar deal done -- as it relates to cutting spending and securing our borders. And you have moderate Republicans in these districts that Joe Biden won, so they're going to have a very hard time of reelection, but they're thinking about their reelection, and I think you should never make that a priority as a congressman or woman. However, it is making it nearly impossible for Republicans to unite behind what I think should be fundamental Republican principles about spending, about energy, about border security, et cetera. Am I right in my analysis? How -- are there too many moderate RINO Republicans in the conference?
MARJORIE TAYLOR GREENE (GUEST): Yes, absolutely.