Ocasio-Cortez says a Biden presidential run doesn’t ‘animate’ her

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Ocasio-Cortez's office pointed McClatchy to a New York Daily News interview with a retired New York firefighter who survived 9/11 and told the newspaper that Crenshaw had snubbed him as he lobbied for renewing the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund.

On Fox News's Special Report, Continetti responded to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's (D., Calif.) frustration with President Donald Trump's tweet about House Democrats failing to pass their spending bill.

Omar has recently come under fire for comments she made about the September 11 terrorist attacks, when she said the attackers were "some people who did something".

"I personally gave up Facebook, which was kind of a big deal because I started my campaign on Facebook", Ocasio-Cortez continued.

"Say she didn't mean it", he offered, "diffuse the situation, but don't double down, alright?"

"This puts me in danger every time", she tweeted after the Ohio College Republican Federation described her as a "domestic terrorist" in a fundraising email.

'I also think what Elizabeth Warren has been bringing to the table is truly remarkable, truly remarkable and transformational, ' Ocasio-Cortez said.

Ocasio-Cortez became a breakout hit after winning the Democratic nomination against 10-term incumbent Joe Crowley in the 2018 midterm elections.

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Like an unfortunate person suffering from Tourette's Syndrome - an affliction that presents itself as a series of uncontrollable public verbal outbursts - Australian-owned media giant Fox News can't stop talking about U.S. lawmaker Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

"The congresswoman's words speak for themselves", said Corbin Trent, a spokesman for Ocasio-Cortez.

"I mean, I think it's on the table".

Summarizing the looming problem of dealing with concentrated tech power, Ocasio-Cortez noted the conventional wisdom that "Congress is fundamentally slow and technology is fundamentally fast".

Ocasio-Cortez touted a phone call with British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn earlier this year, despite his lengthy history of anti-Semitism.

"Another hope would maybe be Jon Snow and Daenerys [Targaryen] just take the whole thing and they build a second [throne]", added Ocasio-Cortez when asked for a slightly less idealistic option.

This story originally appeared in the New York Post.

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