The three first-year students of the Democratic Movement seemed to enjoy their "radical" reputation on Thursday night during a late night comedy program.
USA. Representatives of Alexander Ocazio-Cortes of New York, Rashid Tlaib of Michigan and Ilhan Omar of Minnesota came together at Desus & Mero Showtime, starring comedians Desus Nice and The Kid Mero.
Cortes' Office on the Capitol Hill in Washington DC, deputies shared their theories about why they attracted so much media attention as they took in their mandate in January. RE-ELECTED
"I think we have beef almost with everyone here," Omar said of his members of the Congress, "because there is a lack of courage and it seems we are radical because we are deeply concerned about [1
We are not just fighting for what but we are struggling for doing it, "added Ocazio-Cortes." Rashid fell into a little trouble in order to say the word "bu-bo", – Ocazio smiled. -Cortes So I hit Rashid, sent the text to her and was as follows: "Do not worry about it. And she looked like: "Yes, I'm from Detroit.
"They say" that guy, "" Tillb defended his remark.
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Omar, who has repeatedly returned to anti-Semitic tweets, pointed out what she calls the "double standard" that "that guy" president Trump never does not get in trouble for "all the bu-bu-words" that he uses. Cortez agreed. "Well, I think that this is one of those things where it's like saving her realities with people is obscene things, and that's why we just do it anyway, because it's too much work, too much work to not do so, "said the Democratic Socialist.