AOC calls on Democrats to exercise caution on Trump charges, signaling possible re-feud with Pelosi

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U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, has apparently reached a boiling point over moderate house Democrats’ caution in relation to the perspective of the impeachment of President Trump.

The go slow approach is personified by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, with whom Ocasio-Cortez had an often controversial relationship, as the freshman legislator, arrived in Washington just eight months.

The New York Democrat told her more than 5 million Twitter followers late on Saturday that Democrats ” are looking for the “refusal” to, the removal of the President was a “major national scandal” than what you, the President of the “lawbreaking was supposed to behave.”


Impeachment calls have grown louder from a few Democrats in the Wake of last week’s news that a supposed “whistleblower”, had expressed concern about a phone call occurred between the President Trump and the leaders of the Ukraine, in the Trump allegedly tried to obtain information on the 2020 Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden, whose son Hunter shops in Ukraine had Biden.

Soon after Ocasio-Cortez, your Saturday comment is posted, she received a response from James Fallows, the well-known author, journalist and former speechwriter for President Jimmy Carter, who claims that Ocasio-Cortez was is exaggerated in the case, to criticize members of his own party, for the exercise of restraint in relation to the removal from office.


“IMO, this is the ‘false equivalence” of its own kind,” skinny sites wrote. “What is the trump card here, it remains objectively the greatest danger, scandal and problem.

“Second-ranking: the silent acquiescence of the GOP Senate.

“And then it’s time for the house to act.”

Ocasio Cortez doubled down in their response to the wasteland.

“It is one thing to break the for a sitting President, the law,” she wrote. “It is another to let him.

“The integrity of our democracy is not threatened when a President breaks the law. It is threatened if we do nothing about it.

To act “the GOP silence & denial, should not be a surprise. Ours is.”

Ocasio-Cortez online outburst followed comments earlier in the day, the other progressive and 2020 presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., who has a veiled shot at Pelosi, the flag carrier among the Democrats, a “wait and see” approach in relation to potential measures to be taken against the President.

“Donald Trump has everything he could, to justice, to hinder,” Warren said at an event in Iowa. “I read all 448 pages, [the former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the Russia-investigation] and when I’m on the end, I called for the impeachment of Donald Trump.

“The Congress not to act,” Warren, “and now, Donald Trump has shown that he believes he is above the law. He has requested other foreign government to attack our electoral system.”

Just over a week, Pelosi had a bat in the Reporter, if you are repeatedly asked about the indictment at a press conference.

“Impeachment is a very divisive measure,” a clear Pelosi frustrated, said, “but if we go there, we need to go there, and we can’t go there, unless we have the facts. And we will follow the facts and the consequences of the obstruction of the President is … and you make a decision when we are ready.

“This is the only question that everything I’m about to say about this topic, and there is nothing else, from one day to the next,” she added.


The struggles experienced by the 79-year-old Pelosi, a three-decade member of Congress from California, have included frequent clashes with Ocasio-Cortez, 29, and other progressive – and aggressive – young legislators who were swept into office during last year’s elections. The progressive, the “push for far-left politics, including Ocasio-Cortez, a Green New Deal, as well as their vocal opposition to President Trump, were done in opposition to the moderates” in the generally lower-key approach to things.


Pelosi and Ocasio-Cortez appeared to reach a truce of sorts after a closed-door meeting in July, to facilitate in which the two sought-after, in-fighting, that some Democrats viewed as counterproductive. The meeting was soon followed by the departure of Ocasio-Cortez-chief of staff, Saikat Chakrabarti.

But with Ocasio-Cortez, the Twitter posts, which began late Saturday, it appears the truce with Pelosi – at least the impeachment will be over.

Fox News’ Sam Dorman and Adam Shaw contributed to this story.

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