STEVE BANNON (HOST): Wouldn't it help the good folks in Wyoming if maybe she wasn't part of the Republican conference here on Capitol Hill, Congressman Marjorie Taylor Greene?
REP. MARJORIE TAYLOR GREENE (R-GA): Yeah, that's been part of our talks too, is we definitely want to kick her out of the GOP conference. Big time. Here's my thing though, Steve. I'm very competitive. There is –
BANNON: Let me write that down. I don't think the audience – audience, for the podcast that can't see her, she's very competitive. I think we picked that up.
GREENE: I can't – to me kicking her out of the GOP conference and then her winning and coming back to Congress, that's too much. I can't take it. So what we're unifying, all of us are unifying here in Congress, and this is leadership too, we're working hard to find a way, we want to defeat Liz Cheney and make sure that she loses. Because there's no – we're going to kick her out of our conference. That is going to happen.
BANNON: That is going to happen.
GREENE: There's another thing that's going to happen. She's going to lose. And we are not going to let her come back.
BANNON: And you're throwing down, you're going to help out, you're going to assist in Wyoming?
GREENE: Oh, I will definitely go all in, you're going to see a lot of people going all in. But we – here's the big thing, it's one thing to kick her out of the conference, but it's way more important to kick her out of Congress and never let her come back.