Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, listens during a House Financial Services Committee hearing with the leaders of the big banks on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, file)
A tweet from the official account for the Democratic National Committee raised some eyebrows over the weekend, including those of the Republic of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
The original tweet, posted on Saturday, advertised a phone number to the successor could be the text of an exclusive phone Wallpaper with a photo of President Trump behind the phrase, “Boy, Bye.” It was accompanied by the caption, “This is the whole mood.”
“Someone didn’t want to go to my Twitter class,” Ocasio-Cortez, jokingly answered, on Tuesday.
The Democratic National Committee’s tweet refers to a popular Beyonce song, “Sorry”, in which the singer repeats the same sentence: “Boy, bye.” In this case, however, the democratic account appears, on the impeachment of the President, or his defeat in the election of 2020.
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The tweet was criticised by a number of other popular figures on Twitter, including the actor Kal Penn, author Roxane Gay, and Charlotte Clymer, author and press spokesman for the campaign for human rights.
“I can connect with you, with a list of digital media consultants, free-of-charge, to give you private feedback, to avoid that in the year 2020. Feel free to DM,” wrote Clymer.
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The tweet was mostly condemned as an unsuccessful attempt to make a connection with a younger voter base.