Rep. Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) in an interview with the Yahoo News' "Skulldeggery", said that she has given up Facebook and expressed great concerns about the negative effects of all social media platforms.
Scaramucci said New Yorkers are getting tiring of Ocasio-Cortez following her role in Amazon pulling their headquarters from Queens, and that she will be challenged during the next election.
She said: 'I can compare my liberal credentials across the board. "I think that Netanyahu is a Trump-like figure, and I think that we-there are so many ways to approach this issue". I think that, if a window opens and I feel like I can do well, and do better, and offer more to people, then I would consider it. "I gave up on it", Ocasio-Cortez said to Yahoo News.
Rep. Barr sent a letter to Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Friday to reference what he calls "a lack of civility" towards another colleague at the Capitol.
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By promoting ambitious forward-thinking policies including the Green New Deal, a bill to address human-induced climate-change, Ocasio-Cortez has found herself the preferred target of white conservative ire in the U.S. - including becoming the recipient of multiple death threats, according to reports. But I think it has a lot of effects on older people.
In another Instagram story saved on her Instagram profile, Ocasio-Cortez quietly giggles and points out that her office is located only two doors down from Nancy Pelosi's office where Ocasio-Cortez had protested only a few days before. "US-Israel ties must supersede politics", the group wrote on Facebook.
She also used the appearance to set out a centrist vision she believes could help woo Republican voters frustrated with Trump's approach.
Ocasio-Cortez is facing criticism after telling Rep. Dan Crenshaw, who is also an Afghanistan war veteran, to "do something" about domestic terror. "Like every once in a while, you'll see me hop on Twitter on the weekends, but for the most part, I take consumption of content, when it comes to consumption and reading, I take the weekends off".