Rep Greene / Capitol Hill

Rep. Ocasio-Cortez told reporters that Rep. Greene "clearly needs help" following incidents with colleagues on Capitol Hill. “At this point, I think, the depth of that un-wellness has raised concerns for other members as well.”

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