Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, DN.Y., has no approval from President Trump.
After teasing the president over the weekend that he agrees with their assessment, there is a "very real risk" that he will be re-elected in 2020 – suggesting that Democrats use the "impeachment card" – the progressive brand quoted their mutual New York connection when he hit back.
"Mr. President, you are from Queens, you can fool the rest of the country, but I call your bluff every day of the week, and starting an impeachment investigation is exactly what we need to do when the President Judiciary hindered, Witnesses advises ignoring legal subpoenas, and much, "Bye," she tweeted, crowning it with a hand-wielding emoji.
Ocasio-Cortez's first appearance on Sunday morning's broadcast since taking office in January told Jon Karl of ABC News on "This Week": I think we have a very real risk of losing the presidency to Donald Trump if we do not have a presidential candidate who is in favor of real changes in the lives of the working people in the United States States is struggling. "
She continued to campaign for a progressive presidential candidate for 2020 and suggest that everything others run the risk of Democrats losing to Trump.
The President quoted the congressman in a tweet on Sunday night, adding, "I agree, and that's the only reason they're playing the impeachment card that can not be used legally!" He did not elaborate on it.
In her earlier interview, Ocasio-Cortez called an impeachment investigation a "constitutional responsibility." This prompted Karl to point out to Ocasio-Cortez reports that progressive Democrats are frustrated over the Speaker of Parliament Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Who has resisted the call for impeachment.
"I think it's pretty real," said Ocasio-Cortez. "I think there is a very real incentive and desire to make sure we – that – hold this President accountable."
A growing on-going anger has also targeted former Vice President Joe Biden, who earlier this month said he "could not support" the Hyde addendum he'd been supporting for decades. Biden said the law makes a woman's right to abortion "dependent on the postcode of another person."
The addition of Hyde prevents the government from providing abortion funds, except in cases of rape, incest, or when maternal health is at stake.
19659003] Ocasio-Cortez was more energetic about the Hyde amendment.
"It's not the '70s anymore," Ocasio-Cortez said in an e-mail to the supporters on Saturday, supporting the lifting of the Hyde amendment. "We are writing the year 2019, and none of our leaders should be prepared to stick to a policy that disproportionately harms low-income Americans and black people just to serve the interests of anti-election zealots." This ends now. "