& # 39; It was a good gesture & # 39 ;: AOC gently mocked Beto O & # 39; Rourke and Cory Booker for their & # 39; humorous & # 39; use of Spanish during the debate – but still refuses to support every candidate
- CBS host Stephen Colbert interviewed Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Wednesday
- Congressman previously responded to the first democratic primary debate
- Mock Cory Booker and Beto O & Rourke for breaking into Spanish in answers
- Praised Elizabeth Warren and Julian Castro for their performances
Congressman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has teased Beto O & Rourke and senator Cory Booker to speak Spanish during the first democratic presidential primary debate.
Ocaso-Cortez appeared on Wednesday night in The Late Show of CBS with Stephen Colbert, where the audience in Manhattan greeted her by & # 39; AOC, AOC & # 39; to sing.
& # 39; I loved it because I represent the Bronx, there was a lot of Spanglish in the building & # 39 ;, the New York Democrat replied when Colbert asked her what she thought of the answers the candidates gave in Spanish.
& # 39; I thought it was humorous, sometimes sometimes, & # 39; she continued.
Ocaso-Cortez appeared on CBS & # 39; s Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Wednesday
Beto O & # 39; Rourke (left) and Cory Booker (right) both reacted in Spanish to the points in the debate
& # 39; Especially since I sometimes thought the content of the question, I thought people would just start saying … & # 39; she said, speaking further in Spanish.
& # 39; Which means "I won't answer your question," said Ocasio-Cortez.
& # 39; But it was – it was good. I thought it was a good gesture to the fact that we are a diverse country, & she continued.
O & # 39; Rourke surprised the audience when he asked if he began to speak to Ocasio-Cortez & # 39; s proposal to raise the highest individual tax rate to 70 percent.
A moderator pointed out that he had not answered the question directly in either language.
O & # 39; Rourke was widely mocked at the moment, with Colbert joking in his monologue that the candidate sounded like he was going to & # 39; embarrassing father in a Mexican restaurant & # 39; ran.
Ocasio-Cortez teased Beto O & Rourke and Senator Cory Booker because they wanted to break Spanish during the first democratic presidential debates in Spanish
Later in the debate, Booker reacted in part in Spanish when he talked about immigration policy.
In conversation with Colbert, Ocasio-Cortez compared the ten-person disposition with & # 39; a high school classroom & # 39 ;, adding that & # 39; some people apparently did not seem to read the book and were then called. & # 39;
When asked who she thought was going well in the debate, Ocasio-Cortez praised Senator Elizabeth Warren and Julian Castro, a former secretary for housing and urban development.
She added that she thought Booker & # 39; did a great job. & # 39;
The second half of the debate, with the other 10 qualified candidates, will be broadcast on NBC on Thursday evening.
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