I think about it every once in a while, but this is pretty hard already, ' Ocasio-Cortez said.
Asked Sunday about fellow freshman Rep. Rashida Tlaib's (D-MI) resolution to begin an impeachment investigation, which was also released in late March, Ocasio-Cortez said that while "we hadn't signed on when it was first introduced, but we probably will".
The New York Post even went as far as to splash a photograph one of the World Trade Center towers collapsing in a ball of flames, with the banner: 'Rep.
A spokeswoman for Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez's office told the Lexington Herald-Leader's Washington Bureau that she does not plan on apologizing.
The youngest woman ever elected to Congress was a guest on Yahoo's "Skullduggery" podcast, where she recounted the February release of her far-reaching, intersectional effort to combat climate change, which has an estimated price tag of $94 trillion.
The organization said Fox News hosts and analysts "go on extended, agressively [sic] angry rants about her".
"All Representative Omar had to do was really, I don't know, explain herself, say whatever she wants", Crenshaw continued. "US-Israel ties must supersede politics", the group tweeted on April 15.
Rep. Antonio Delgado (D-N.Y.) - a top target of the National Republican Congressional Committee - edged her out by raising $746,083 from January 1 to March 31.
"I am not the expert on geopolitics on this issue", she said.
Tucker Carlson has called her an "idiot wind bag", a "pompous little twit", a "fake revolutionary", "self-involved and dumb", a "moron and nasty and more self-righteous than any televangelist".
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said in a recent interview that there are plenty of reasons to still seek impeachment against President Trump, but when pressed on what some of them would be, she struggled to name three.
Her second reason was "tax fraud", pointing to Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen's assertion to lawmakers that the president inflated his wealth "when it served his purposes" but deflated assets to reduce his real estate taxes.