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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez warned, the election of Mike Bloomberg pave’d in November the way for another candidate that could be worse as a President Trump.
The freshman legislator said that she thinks that there is “no good idea” the former three-term mayor of New York, in the White house, even if he is the candidate who could beat Trump.
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“We have to beat is obviously the trump card,” she told “The Breakfast Club” show on Power 105.1 watch ON Tuesday. “But if we will be against Trump and go back to the same policies we had before, a lower trump card to come. A trump is demanding, their fascism is less obvious, it will come and it could get worse.”
Ocasio-Cortez, who has spoken with Sen. Bernie Sanders ” campaign rallies, noted how Bloomberg’s controversial policies like stop-and-frisk, and his comments about how the termination of the discriminatory practice of redlining ends-contributed to the 2008 financial meltdown coming attractions of a Bloomberg presidency.
“A lot of people don’t know Bloomberg. We are here in New York City. We lived under his term as mayor,” she said. “We know exactly what he was doing. This is part of what he does, when he comes in, crashes in super late in the game with billions of dollars at his disposal and is able to type of shower the airwaves with his money.”
Bloomberg, whose value is estimated at $65 billion, spent more than $400 million on a national campaign ad blitz in the race in November.
AOC, said, despite his apology for the use of the practice of stop-and-frisk, Bloomberg has not done enough in the eyes of the minority of the voters to a presidential candidate.
“I think that the redemption in politics is an acceptable thing, but you have to earn it,” Ocasio-Cortez said. “It must be proven, through years of work and development for the right thing to do.”
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“This is what happened with Bloomberg. He was down with stop-and-frisk. He fought in the courts, the courts repealed it as unconstitutional. He always fought against him, defends it to him as mayor and then … five minutes before he runs for President, he says, ‘Okay, maybe this was the right policy.'”