AOC tears into Joe Biden on the eve of his debut debut and said he & # 39; not a pragmatic choice & # 39; is in the long Vogue profile which shows that she hires designer blazers
- Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was featured in a Vogue magazine profile
- Warnings against suppressing progressive support for & # 39; that guy in a restaurant & # 39;
- She warned that Hillary Clinton & # 39; the attendance we needed didn't inspire & # 39;
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez warns her party against the selection of the presidential election to & # 39; that guy in the restaurant & # 39; – and says it's more important to provide voters with energy on the left.
Although she endorses the position of her president, the democratic socialist has criticized former vice president Joe Biden, who in opinion polls has co-led voters that he is best placed to defeat Donald Trump.
& # 39; I think he is not a pragmatic choice, & # 39; says the Democrat in a new profile in the first term Fashion magazine, where a reporter followed the phenomenon for three days as she walked through the corridors of the Capitol.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez assumed that former Vice President Joe Biden was a & # 39; pragmatic & # 39; choice is to beat President Trump
& # 39; That's my frustration about today's politics, that they're willing to give up every person in America just for that guy in a restaurant, & # 39; she said, referring to Biden & # 39; s lunch cup appeal in a position that appeared Wednesday.
& # 39; Just so you can get this specific piece of Trump voters? If you choose the perfect candidate like Joe Biden to win that guy in the restaurant, the costs will make you lose because you also suppress the turnout, & she said.
& # 39; And that is exactly what happened with 2016. We chose the logically appropriate candidate, but that candidate did not inspire the turnout we needed, & # 39; she said, pointing to the primary victory of former Foreign Minister Hillary Clinton.
But Ocasio-Cortez, which appeared in video & # 39; s with Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, struggling for support on the left, says it's too early for people to support a candidate.
The first-year legislators were included in a Vogue profile
Ocasio-Cortez gives its approval, but criticizes Joe Biden
& # 39; We haven't even had a debate yet & # 39 ;, she said, before the Wednesday evening finally started.
The profile represents Ocasio-Cortez as part of its role after entering the competition as the best-known freshman legislators after turning down Queens Rep. Joe Crowley, a party leader. She is advised by young staff, speaks well at committee hearings and is approached by trainees and Hill staff wherever she goes.
Despite entering Congress as a former bartender with little savings, she has settled in her D.C. apartment. She manages to keep her fashionable wardrobe partly through a & # 39; robust collection & # 39; assemble hired designer blowers, according to the profile.
The author writes that spending a day with Ocasio-Cortez & # 39; is like spending the day with Cardi B, if Cardi B was a democratic socialist. & # 39;
During the time she became obsolete, she navigated to her comments, comparing the facilities for keeping children at the border with & # 39; She smiles gamely for selfies for starred Capitol visitors.
She and her partner Riley Roberts have looked at a security detail, but decided that it costs too much.
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