Published: Tue, April 16, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Ocasio-Cortez says cutting military, economic aid to Israel 'can be discussed'

Ocasio-Cortez says cutting military, economic aid to Israel 'can be discussed'

US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi appeared to take another thinly veiled shot at the success of rising Democrat Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez by claiming that a "glass of water with a D next to its name" would have won her seat.

If Ocasio-Cortez wants any advice on wooing the Glastonbury crowd, she can call on the leader of the opposition, who has said how much he admires her.

But Ocasio-Cortez said she believed both as someone with a large following and an individual user, she felt social media could have a negative personal impact on herself.

'I can understand why people would be excited by that - this idea that we can go back to the good old days with Obama, with Obama's vice president, ' Ocasio-Cortez said.

When asked who she thought would end up on the Iron Throne, AOC said that - ideally - she'd like to see the monarchy give way to democracy. I think that, if a window opens and I feel like I can do well, and do better, and offer more to people, then I would consider it. I think it has effects on everybody: "Increased isolation, depression, anxiety, addiction, escapism", she added. According to a 2018 Pew Research Center study, Facebook's popularity among teens has plunged in recent years.

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Yes, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez watches Game of Thrones - but you already knew that. She predominantly uses Twitter and Instagram to connect with her fans, as Yahoo News notes, with a following of about 3.93 million on Twitter and about 3 million on Instagram.

"Taking it out of context, this is just a pure racist act by many of those, hateful acts by those, because she does speak the truth", Tlaib continued.

Neither executive has met with the freshman lawmaker despite those financial institutions being New York City's top two private sector employers, Gasparino and Moynihan reported, citing unnamed sources. "Guys, there are secret underground tunnels", she whispered in another as she walked through the tunnels under the Capitol, "Jk they're not secret but it's cool".

Though other progressives like New York City's Mayor Bill de Blasio have had frosty relationships with Wall Street, Ocasio-Cortez has chosen to have no relationship at all, Fox Business reported - and she might be the only high-profile local elected official to refuse meetings with the banks.

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