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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

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Take the word of US representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who went on Yahoo News' Skullduggery podcast today to talk about, among other things, how an outrageous amount of power is concentrated in the hands of just a few large technology companies.

"I would go back and do it every day if I could", Crenshaw added.

Biden has not announced whether he's running in 2020 yet, and if he were to enter the race he would be joining an already crowded Democratic field that includes 18 candidates already. "I think that Netanyahu is a Trump-like figure, and I think that we-there are so many ways to approach this issue".


"I represent kids that go to jail for jumping a turnstile because they can't afford a MetroCard", Ocasio-Cortez told Dimon.

Ocasio-Cortez, who writes all of her own tweets and Instagram posts, said she's trying to limit her consumption of social media to the workweek.

Klaidman asked Ocasio-Cortez to explain what she thinks about when considering the possibility of running for another position. Bernie Sanders just behind him. "I hope to play a facilitating role in this conversation and a supportive role in this conversation. I will support whoever the Democratic nominee is", said Ocasio-Cortez. But she did, during the interview, express her admiration for Sen. She launched her presidential exploratory committee Dec 31, 2018 and officially announced she was running on February 9, 2019. "I think about it every once in a while, but ... this is pretty hard already".


"Respect for others is a core value of the university and we emphasize the importance of civil discourse", UD's statement reads. She raised only $6 million in the first quarter of 2019 after promising not to engage in expensive fundraising events.

Barr noted in his letter to Ocasio-Cortez that Crenshaw served three tours of duty in Afghanistan.

As far as her use of Twitter, Ocasio-Cortez says she will still be there for her followers at a more a moderate level.


"We need to expand what those policy conversations are", said Ocasio-Cortez, "because as just a citizen of this country, I would be very concerned if Trump started really pursuing more and more and more increasingly unsafe policies and everyone just standing aside and say this is normal, this is just like before".

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