AOC Bemoans That Some Other Dems Think She Should Not Be in Congress

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez may be the most popular Democrat on Twitter, but she revealed in an interview with the NY Times she’s still upset that some Democrats don’t think she should even be in Congress.

Per FoxNews, Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., will have to get through a primary challenger if she wants to hold on to her seat in 2020.

Democratic activist Badrun Khan, who has challenged Ocasio-Cortez for the Democratic nomination to represent New York’s 14th district.  says on her website that she’ll provide “REAL Results… Not Empty Promises” — an apparent jab at the socialist darling.

When asked about Khan’s challenge, Ocasio-Cortez said: “I just focus on delivering for my district and doing the best job. I try not to focus too much on other folks in the field,” according to The Hill

DailyCaller reports Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said in an interview that she feels even other Democrats don’t think she should be in Congress.

Ocasio-Cortez reflects on how she has clashed with the establishment of the Democratic Party, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, in a new profile published Wednesday in the New York Times.

“In many ways, I feel like I walk around with a scarlet letter because many members who just have any primary, whether I know about it or not, tend to project that onto me,” she told the Times. “In many ways, I feel like I walk through that body as a symbol of someone who should not be there and a threat to the way power is organized.”

She also said that she felt a “loss of innocence and naïveté” since spending more time in Washington, D.C.

The New York Democrat came into Congress early this year with ambition, quickly introducing her ambitious Green New Deal plan.

Addressing criticisms of her plan, she lashed out and declared herself the “boss.”

“So people are like, ‘Oh it’s unrealistic. Oh it’s vague. Oh it doesn’t address this little minute thing.’ And I’m like, ‘You try. You do it. ‘Cuz you’re not. ‘Cuz you’re not. So, until you do it, I’m the boss.’ How ’bout that?’” she said in February.

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