Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, DN.Y., told Fox News Tuesday Corey Lewandowski's statement to the House Judiciary Committee. On Tuesday, President Trump was again charged with impeachment.
The President's former campaign chief was the first to call for a democratically led impeachment investigation, and his nearly five-hour interrogation was argumentative, fiery and combative on both sides.
Take down a duly elected President of the United States, "said Lewandowski in his opening speech. "As for the actual collusion or conspiracy, there were none. But what has happened is harassing this President from the day he won the election. "
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Despite this, the Democrats are not yielding in the hope that their threat to accuse Trump to do well. They claim that he has obstructed the judiciary and his election campaign has worked with Russia in the 201
"We must despise people," Ocasio-Cortez told Fox News before adding Trump, "We need to hold him accountable."
She added that members of his administration and former campaign workers are also being punished should be advisor to President Kellyanne Conway.
"In my opinion, they should be thrown in jail … or painfully sentenced to a fine," she said.
Ocasio-Cortez has voted in favor of impeachment, despite the reluctance of Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Who has warned that a failed impeachment could potentially lead to the prosecution of Trump after he resigned from office and the The Democratic Party has overshadowed efforts by the Democrats or the 2020 elections.
The White House has resisted the impeachment investigation with equal aggression, blocked requests for supervision and refused to provide new documents or testify to former aides.
Ocasio-Cortez previously called for the House of Representatives to vote on impeachment to "blight" Republicans.
"As soon as the House makes impeachments, the House has accused the President and then this hearing goes to the Senate," she told reporters at MSNBC last week, "If they want to fail, then I want everyone Republican is included in the record and knowingly agrees to impeachment against this president – knowing his corruption, registering in the file so that they can have the spot on their careers for the rest of their lives because this is outrageous to the extent of lawlessness
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Ocasio-Cortez told Fox News on Tuesday that it suspends possible impeachment proceedings against the Supreme Court judge, Brett Kavanaugh Allegations of sexual assault that have been revived by "investigates" a book recently written by two New York Times reporters.
"It raises a very serious question about how the FBI led the case … and opens up the possibility that Kavanaugh has engaged himself," Ocasio-Cortez said of Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings last year.
Fox News Alex Pappas has contributed to this report.