Three newly-crowned Democratic congressional women valued their "radical" reputation on Thursday night during the premiere of a late-night comedy program.
US. Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez from New York, Rashida Tlaib from Michigan, and Ilhan Omar from Minnesota appeared together in Showtime on the show "Desus & Mero," starring in the comedy Desus Nice and The Kid Mero (1
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"I think we almost all have beef here," Omar said of his congressmen, "because there's a lack of courage and it seems as if we were radical, because we are very interested in the people we represent, and we want to throw them down. "
" We seem to be radical because we care so much about the people we represent, and we want to prostrate for them. "
" Exceptionally, we not only quarrel over what is done, but also argue about what is being done, "added Ocasio-Cortez.
Tlaib made headlines shortly after taking office last month when she stated she would "charge the accusation" motherf — er, "referring to President Trump.
" Rashida got into trouble, a boo "Ocasio-Cortez grinned," so I met Rashida, I sent her a text and said, "Do not worry, for example, who cares?" And she said, "Yes, I'm getting out Detroit, behind that we call that "guy."
"That means 'this guy'." Tlaib defended her remark.
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. Omar, who has repeatedly sent anti-Semitic tweets, pointed out that "this guy" from President Trump never gets into trouble because of "all the Buoo-Boo words" he uses.
Ocasio Cortez agreed. "Well, I think it's one of those things that keeps people from being frowned upon, and that's why we just do it because it's too much work. It's too much work not to do that. "Said the democratic socialist.