SE Cupp says controversial GOP lawmaker is ‘wasting time with pointless impeachment stunt’

CNN political commentator SE Cupp explains how Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green (R-GA) and fellow Republicans who believe in and spread conspiracy theories are part of former President Donald Trump’s legacy. #CNN #News

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