Published: Tue, January 14, 2020

Democratic Socialist Ocasio-Cortez Freeloading on DCCC

Democratic Socialist Ocasio-Cortez Freeloading on DCCC

The progressive 30-year-old has kept this promise and raised more than $ 300,000 last year for candidates of her choice, including $ 18,000 for Marie Newman, who is replacing IL longtime congressman Dan Lipinski, a rare Democrat for life want.

Ms. Ocasio-Cortez, meanwhile, has declared she will raise her new dog as "a community pup", noting on Twitter that she hoped to train the little guy to come to work, "enjoy townhalls" and ride Amtrak when he commutes from NY to the nation's capital. "The environment's very important to me", the president told reporters.

"For me personally, I don't pay D-trip fees" for a "variety of reasons", said the newly minted progressive congressman from NY, using a nickname for the DCCC. Mike Levin and Katie Porter.

In a letter to her Democratic colleagues, Pelosi said she was proud of their "courage and patriotism" and warned that senators now have a choice as they consider the charges of abuse and obstruction against the president.

Ocasio-Cortez's campaign raised almost $150,000 over the weekend, according to data it provided to the Post.

Bustos still wouldn't give a direct answer, simply saying she welcomes Ocasio-Cortez's financial support of other Democrats.

While Ocasio-Cortez's followers fawned over the Frenchie's cuteness, Newkirk was not pleased in the least.


"Since the first days of this campaign, we've known that it will take a movement to challenge a machine. How do my Republican friends want the American people, their constituents, and history to remember them?"

Self-proclaimed democratic socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D., N.Y.) reportedly has yet to pay dues to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.

Asked if he would invoke executive privilege to block Bolton's testimony, Trump said, "Well I think you have to for the sake of the office".

The DCCC chair, Cheri Bustos, highlighted the party's strong donation figures, even without the contribution from Ocasio-Cortez.

"DCCC made clear that they will blacklist any org that helps progressive candidates like me", she continued. "I can choose not to fund that kind of exclusion". She did not announce a date for the House vote.

HuffPost reported Sunday that the PAC raised $69,000 in the 24 hours after its launch.

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