Kellyanne Conway mocks 'huge catfight' between AOC and Nancy Pelosi

Kellyanne Conway mocks 'huge catfight' between AOC and Nancy Pelosi

Subsequently, Chakrabarti tweeted, "All these articles want to claim what a legislative mastermind Pelosi is, but I'm seeing way more strategic smarts from freshman members [.] Pelosi is just mad that she got outmaneuvered (again) by Republicans".

Ocasio-Cortez fired back on Twitter, explaining that "whatever" is "public sentiment".

Ocasio-Cortez argued that Democrats can not trust the Trump administration not to divert money for humanitarian aid toward immigration enforcement - a comment that comes after the President acknowledged that ICE raids would begin after the Fourth of July.

Ocasio-Cortez was not amused with Conway trying to exploit the in-house dispute with Pelosi. "And wielding the vitality to shift it's a long way how we in fact attain meaningful change on this country".

That public "whatever" is called public sentiment.

"You know they're just salty about World Health Organization is wielding the power to shift "public sentiment" these days, sis", said Omar.

"As we gazed down at the remains of those gas chambers, as we walked past the personal effects - the piles of little shoes that were gathered there", Pence said. "'The Green Dream, ' or whatever they call it, nobody knows what it is, but they're for it, right?"

"Her use of words and phrases which conjure painful emotional triggers for the Jewish people displays obliviousness to the feelings and history of Jews, and demeans her own cause by rendering these words elastic and adaptable for political purposes", he said.

A Sanders spokesman quoted by Huffington Post said that US President Donald Trump has routinely declared 'false national emergencies to advance his deeply unpopular agenda, such as selling bombs to Saudi Arabia the Congress had blocked'.

Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-Tex.) said party leaders "need to leverage our power in the House of Representatives" by moving forward with next year's spending to avoid another situation where the House is forced to accept a Senate-negotiated product ahead of a do-or-die deadline. "It's depressing and actively harmful and I can not imagine a more efficient way of killing whatever momentum might have been left from 2018".

The contrast between the old guard and the new, tweeted Rolling Stone writer Jamil Smith, was made clear over the congressional break.

Former Eric Holder and Hillary Clinton aide Brian Fallon, now the head of progressive group We Demand Justice, argued that Pelosi's targets represent the party better than she does. He also accused the Democratic Party of abandoning Israel, saying the party "has been co-opted by people who promote rank, anti-Semitic rhetoric".

But the announcement underscores how Pelosi is under increasing pressure from liberals to take a stronger stance against President Trump on the border crisis after the emergency bill bitterly divided her caucus.

In accordance with those feedback, unsurprisingly, Ocasio-Cortez hit abet on Saturday evening. It was the bill passed on an overwhelming bipartisan vote in the Senate.

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