Defeated Rep. Crowley tried easing the tension with Ocasio-Cortez, Pelosi

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Rep. Joe Crowley, angered by the 28-year-old socialist

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez takes down the Chairman of the House Democratic Caucus, in a stunning primary result and the reaction and analysis on ‘Fox News @ Night” by Mark Penn, former pollster and adviser to President Clinton, and Derek hunter, editor at The Daily Caller.

Rep. Joseph Crowley, D-NY, tried to ease the tensions between him and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the insurgent Democrat, in the primary against 10-term Congressman in the last month, after she threw the well-established last week for not getting his name from the ballot in the General election.

“I don’t want to anything away from your victory,” Crowley said Sunday on CBS News’ “Face The Nation”. “I don’t, as I preached. I didn’t remind people of my services. I just take for granted, I think.”

Ocasio-Cortez took to Twitter on Thursday accused Crowley of intentionally staying in the race after it was revealed that his name remains on the ballot as the candidate of the less well-known working families y in November.

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“He stood by me for all of the 3 planned concession demands,” Ocasio-Cortez wrote. “Now, he is mounting a 3rd party challenge against me and the democratic party.”

.@repjoecrowley said on live television that he would absolutely support my candidacy.

Instead, he stood by me for all of the 3 planned concession calls.

Now, he is mounting a 3rd party challenge against me and the democratic party – and against the wishes of @NYWFP.https://t. co/Xvb6Jk8N8q

— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@Ocasio2018) 12. July 2018

Crowley replied, Ocasio-Cortez on Twitter, he said, he was not executed and supported her candidacy, said on Sunday that it was time to be the primary fight behind and concentrate on the upcoming midterm elections in November.

Alexandria, the race is over, and Democrats need to come together. I have my support for you and erase the fact that I don’t run. We have the scheduled calls, and your team has not continued. I would like to close, but I’m not ready to air complaints on Twitter.

— Joe Crowley (@JoeCrowleyNY) 12. July 2018

“I think we need to said the focus now is on winning in November,” he said.

Crowley, who was earlier this year as a potential successor to Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., as house Democratic leader, praised the California legislature on Sunday, but declined in favour of you.

“Well, you see, you know, I think that will be the new Congress to decide who will be the next leader or speaker …,” Crowley said.

“If we win back the house, Nancy have a very strong arguments for holding on to the speakership,” he added. “If not, maybe there’s other problems to the fore. But it is up to the next Congress, the Democratic Caucus, to decide that fate.”

“I think it was a lack of listening on the floor, a lack of go in the supermarket and says: ‘Hey, how are you doing?'” Ocasio-Cortez said last Sunday on NBC News’s “Meet the Press.” She pointed to a democratic party in danger, always in contact with its municipalities. “Messaging is not so clear, and the municipalities, to represent the we try we fight or not?”

Ocasio-Cortez, who is said to be a Democratic-socialist is not “a part of what I am, it is everything I am” — to say rejected, whether or not you would support Pelosi as house leader, calling any decision now is “premature.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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