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That A Threat? Ocasio-Cortez Says Trump ‘Is Scared’ To Attack Her To Her Face


Without any fear of being held accountable by the mainstream media or their constituents, Democrats are spouting off the wildest things these days.

And no one has done a better job of spewing total nonsense than socialist New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who seems to have just issued a not-so-subtle threat to President Donald Trump.


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During an interview on the nationally syndicated radio morning show “The Breakfast Club,” AOC claimed that Trump is “scared” of her.

When asked about the supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders called Bernie Bros, she said, “The thing about the internet is it just puts dehumanization on hyperspeed. And we see that all the way from our schools up to adults. It’s just too easy now for a kid to drop a comment for a person to drop a comment that they would ever say in real life.”

Co-host Angela Yee said, “You experience that a lot.”

Co-host DJ Envy said, “Like with the president. The president threw some shots at you that I think he would never say to your face.”

Ocasio-Cortez said, “Oh no, he would not.”

Co-host Charlamagne tha God said, “He called you a whack job.”

Ocasio-Cortez said, “Yeah, he never would, like, keep that same energy when he meets me.”

Charlamagne tha God said, “Keep that same energy when you see me, Donald!”

Ocasio-Cortez “Exactly!”

Yee said, “I think it’s a compliment when Donald Trump doesn’t like you. It’s like, I’m doing something right.”

Ocasio-Cortez “Yeah. Well, I mean, I think he’s scared. I think he is scared.”

WATCH:

AOC has been making quite a few headlines recently. 

She previously took many by surprise when she spoke about becoming the second most powerful official in the country.

During an interview with Noticias Telemundo, AOC would love to be the vice president and hold a powerful office in the White House.

“It’d be an honor to be vice president,” she said when asked about becoming Sen. Bernie Sanders’s running mate should he become the Democratic presidential nominee.

But, she added, at 30, she is five years short of the constitutional age limit for vice president — or president.

“Well, I can't be his running mate, because I'm not old enough. I'm 30, and you have to be at least 35. But, it'd be an honor to be vice president,” she said.

She will be eligible for the job in time for the 2024 election.

Ocasio-Cortez has been one of Sanders’s top surrogates, and she talked him up on the show and brushed aside charges from Republicans that their ideas are socialist.

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But beyond that, imagine how terrifying it would be to have Ocasio-Cortez working in the White House -- let alone as the vice president of the United States.

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