Congresswoman reacts to criticism of Omar's 9/11 remark

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I have been raised a Yankees fan through and through", said Ocasio-Cortez, adding, "However. this is a huge feud in my family because a big part of the Bronx side of my family are also Mets fans and Citi Field is in my district.

"What Pelosi just said, she should tell her freshman members Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, and Ilhan Omar and say we are here to work and not to tweet", Continetti said.

"Too bad for them, because we don't flinch", Ocasio-Cortez wrote.

Crenshaw had already shot down a suggestion from Omar that he was inciting violence against her by criticizing her. Both technologists parted ways with the social network amid a user boycott and as the company faced a congressional inquiry over the Cambridge Analytica controversy, when it was revealed that the political firm had improperly obtained personal information from millions of Facebook users.

Barr last month invited Ocasio-Cortez to "go underground" into a Kentucky coal mine so that he can show the author of the sweeping Green New Deal the "real life implications" of the climate change legislation that Republicans say would put coal miners out of business.

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"This process is going along very well and my original timetable of being able to release this by mid-April stands", Barr said. Meanwhile, Trump falsely claimed again Wednesday that the Mueller report had found "no obstruction".

Fox personalities like Carlson and Jeanine Pirro have called her "a bartender", in reference to a pre-politics job. A separate Pew Research survey found that 74 percent of USA adult Facebook users have done one of the following: changed their privacy settings, taken a break from the platform or deleted it.

"Social media poses a public health risk to everybody". "There are amplified impacts for young people, particularly children under the age of three with screen time. I think everyone should just look at the clip and decide for themselves", Crenshaw said.

Ocasio-Cortez has not apologized for the tweets and Crenshaw has not responded.

"But I think that we need to expand what those policy conversations are because I would-as just a citizen of this country-I would be very concerned if Trump started really pursuing more and more and more increasingly risky policies, and everyone just standing aside saying this is normal", she said.

"Say she didn't mean it", he offered, "diffuse the situation, but don't double down, alright?" "And I think that-and I also acknowledge my role in in this as well in that I hope to play a facilitating role in this conversation and a supportive role in this conversation, but I also know there are people that have been leading on this for a long time like Congresswoman McCollum".