On Thursday he posted a juvenile, false meme suggesting that either socialists in general or the Congresswoman-elect eats dogs.
Something that's not likely amusing to President Donald Trump's eldest son is the subpoena power that the incoming Democratic House majority will soon have.
It's not - amusing or true. "Gotta love the rich irony of Congressmen asking 'How are you going to pay for it?' suddenly grow quiet when called out on their expectation that part-time workers magically invent money to work for free", she tweeted Monday.
They've been losing practically every time.
Perhaps Ocasio-Cortez should have read her orientation documents a bit more closely.
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They were, and he did.
Ocasio-Cortez noticed Trump Jr.'s slight, so she reminded him that Democrats are about to take control of the House of Representatives - and that she's "a member of a body that will have subpoena power in a month". Trump Jr.is seen as vulnerable to possible legal action because he was the one who arranged the controversial summer 2016 meeting in Trump Tower with Kremlin-connected Russians.
Ocasio-Cortez responded to the statistic and promised to pay her interns.
Implying that the younger Trump's post was merely a false show of bravado to distract from the ongoing special counsel investigation of his father, she seemed to threaten further legal troubles for the family, boasting of her "subpoena power" and implying he had picked the wrong person to troll. Congress as a body, GOP included, has the power. Also must be under purview'. In the run-up to the mid-terms, she shocked many politicians when she defeated veteran Democratic Rep. Joseph Crowley.