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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, of the Democratic socialist star to run for New York 14th constituency, is with the criticism after your campaign is prohibited from journalists about a town hall meeting with voters this week.
The Queens Chronicle, a local news outlet, reported that the campaign for the 28-year-old progressive prevents reporters from attending a campaign event in Corona on Sunday, although it was open to the rest of the public. The campaign is time-barred, allegedly, a Reporter from a previous event.
Ocasio-Cortez back to your district after stumping for like-minded candidates throughout the country, or even in connection with Vermont sen. Bernie Sanders. It was an overnight political sensation and a much sought after endorsement on the left side to victory over longtime Rep. Joe Crowley in New York in the Democratic primaries in June.
Their campaign did not immediately return a request for comment on the ban of Fox News. But a spokesman said contributed to the ” Queens Chronicle all of the national attention to the decision to prevent journalists from around the event.
“We want to help create a space in which community members felt comfortable and open to Express themselves, without the distraction of cameras and the press. These were the first group of events, where the press was excluded,” campaign spokesman Corbin Trent said. “This is an outlier and will not be the norm. We’re still adapting our logistics fit Alexandria national profile.”
The explanation, though, to meet reporters.
Seung Min Kim, a Washington Post reporter, tweeted that Ocasio-Cortez “is in for a tough time on Capitol Hill-where the reporters are allowed to move freely in all hours of the day and night-if this is your attitude towards the press.”
.@Ocasio2018 is in for a tough time on Capitol Hill-where the reporters are allowed to move freely in all hours of the day and night-if this is your attitude towards the press https://t.co/3RyBHVQEdq
— Seung Min Kim (@seungminkim) August 17, 2018
The candidate has some control of the media fact-checkers for the spree, the claims, you on the interview circuit
Ocasio-Cortez the ban, the Reporter came in the same week more than 300 publications across the country-many of whom supported Hillary Clinton in 2016-delivery-coordinated editorials hit back at the President of Trump’s attacks on members of the press.
TRUMP IS SUING THE BOSTON GLOBE “COLLUSION”
The Boston Globe piece, published Thursday with the title “JOURNALISTS ARE NOT THE ENEMY,” said the replacing of the “freedom of the media, the state-run media” is the “first order of business for the corrupt regime of the takeover of a country.”
“Today, we are in the United States have a President who has created a mantra, the representatives of the media, which are not to be overlooked in support of the policies of the current US administration, the ‘enemy of the people,'” wrote the editors. “This is one of the many lies they were thrown from this President, much like an old-time charlatan threw ‘magic’, dust or water to a hopeful crowd.”
President Trump responded with the accusation that the world of “the arrangement.”
“The Boston Globe, which was sold, of the failure of the New York Times for US $ 1.3 BILLION (plus $ 800 million in losses and investments), or 2.1 BILLION DOLLARS, was sold for 1 DOLLAR. Now the world is in AGREEMENT with the other papers on free press. PROVE IT!” Trump tweeted.
The Boston Globe, which was sold, of the failure of the New York Times for US $ 1.3 BILLION (plus $ 800 million in losses and investments), or 2.1 BILLION DOLLARS, was sold, then the Time for 1 DOLLAR. Now the world is in AGREEMENT with the other papers on free press. PROVE IT!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 16, 2018
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.
Alex Pappas is a political reporter at FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter at @Alex Pappas.