Newly elected Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) is making in clear that she's not here to make friends - particularly when it comes to the GOP establishment that continues to target her due to her age, gender, economic status, and socialist viewpoints.
Ocasio-Cortez, during an appearance on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert", fired back at Trump over his tweet, saying that she doesn't "think he knows how to deal with a girl from the Bronx".
Cortez" comments come days after she came under fire from both parties for directly comparing members of the "migrant caravan' in Tijuana with "Jewish families" who fled the Second World War.
"It is unjust for Congress to budget a living wage for ourselves, yet rely on unpaid interns and underpaid overworked staff just [because] Republicans want to make a statement about 'fiscal responsibility, ' " she posted. Excuse me. Um, right now, freshmen members of Congress ready by partisan orientation with briefings on issues, invited, panelist offer insights to inform new Congress member views as they prepare to legislate.
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Of course, the cause of Venezuela's collapse is more nuanced than just "because socialism", but one key point Junior seems to miss here is what agenda, exactly, Ocasio-Cortez and her peers are backing.
Trump Jr. shared the image with his 1.5 million followers, adding "it's amusing cuz it's true". "Also must be under purview".
Reacting to the threat, Kimberly Guilfoyle, vice chairwoman of the America First Action SuperPAC and girlfriend of Trump Jr., tweeted: "Did you just threaten to subpoena someone for criticizing you?"