nearvideo Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: the Most controversial statements
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, is known for her strong opinions. Here’s a look back at a few of their most controversial statements.
If New York City mayor Bill de Blasio manages to win his just-announced quest for the White house in 2020, it would leave a gap in the hard work of leading America’s largest city.
A local newspaper says that he has spotted the perfect candidate to succeed de Blasio: US Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
In a recent editorial in the New York Sun argued that the newcomer could democratic Congressman from the Bronx (the 14 constituency also represents a part of Queens) the house of representatives an unpleasant place, if the GOP is to appreciate again clutches the chamber in the year 2020, and would, perhaps, have a chance to come home from Washington.
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In a Republican-controlled house, the sun argues, Ocasio-Cortez would be “in the face of endless drudgery, of without experience and in a minority.”
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To run for mayor of New York, but maybe “look attractive to the young hot porn with a … quick mind and a taste for the spotlight, the” Sun wrote.
The sun is coming, the proposal, just as de Blasio – now in his second term – in front of a lot of ridicule about his presidential ambitions, with 76 percent of the residents of the town say he should not run, according to a recently released Quinnipiac University poll.
But the sun ended its editorial with a bit of intrigue.
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A proposed mayoral run AOC failure of the newspaper beat beats, if the local Republicans “to discover goods, a temperamental thousand-year-old with Republican principles to it.”
The sun has a special Republicans in the eye? The editorial does not say.