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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez shares her ideal 'Game of Thrones' outcome

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez shares her ideal 'Game of Thrones' outcome

"I think it's something that can be discussed".

Despite helping her rise, Ocasio-Cortez's social media presence has been the source of attacks on her maturity.

"So here you go, you guys are breaking news".

"We are pleased Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez recognizes she is NOT a leader on Israel in Congress".

McCollum (D-Minn.) caught a whole bunch of flack back in October 2018 when she accused Israel of being an apartheid state.

The 2007 Yorktown High School graduate and her fellow freshman Congresswoman Ilhan Omar spoke out this week, talking about how efforts to disparage them have made them the targets of death threats. "I think it's something that can be discussed", the freshman Democratic congresswoman said in response to interviewer Daniel Klaidman, who asked "Would you be in favor of reducing US military or economic aid to Israel?" "I grew up with that Yankees dream team, like, [Derek] Jeter, [Jorge] Posada, like, Mariano Rivera", she said. Rep. Barr wants her to apologize for comments toward Texas Congressman Dan Crenshaw on Twitter.

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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.

"Also on the podcast, Ocasio-Cortez compared Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's re-election last week to "the ascent of authoritarianism across the world", and said that his victory should affect American policy on Israel". "So to say that kind of attack, that is the height of partisanship and I'm really disappointed in them saying that, especially coming from NY".

Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez called her "the future of our party".

Omar has been lambasted by President Donald Trump for saying that "some people did something" as she talked about 9/11 and anti-Muslim sentiment.

Ocasio-Cortez began by questioning the 25,000 number: "So here's a couple of things on that". Fans have previously theorized that the story could end in democracy, but any attempts at establishing suffrage would have to wait until the show's protagonists have defeated the invading horde of ice zombies now moving toward them as of the end of the season premiere.

"The banks are the city's biggest employers, and it's just idiotic that she won't meet with us", one unnamed senior banking executive told the Fox Business journalists.