During the interview, Ocasio-Cortez pointed to negative health consequences as a reason to scale back on social platforms.
"I think you could reach in a bag and pull so many things out that are impeachable of this president".
The president of a college Republican group in OH has apologized for a fundraising email that referred to Democratic congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as a "domestic terrorist".
But in a letter Friday to the New York Democrat, Barr said she must first offer a mea culpa to "our colleague and patriot to our country".
Fox's Laura Ingraham - who did a segment during the six-week period questioning whether Ocasio-Cortez would have to go to jail because of an aide's alleged campaign finance violations - has invited her on her show and said she admired her political rise.
Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said Omar "isn't just anti-Semitic - she's anti-American".
"And I also acknowledge my role in this", she added, noting that other members of Congress were holding debates on foreign policy in the Middle East long before she was elected.More news: Twitter reacts to Lightning losing again to Blue Jackets
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"I think so", Ocasio-Cortez responded. Among the Facebook ads are calls to support her signature Green New Deal, and fundraising pleas to support progressive legislation and to counteract a super PAC aligned against her.
"You refuse to co-sponsor the 9/11 Victim's Compensation Fund, yet have the audacity to drum resentment towards Ilhan w/completely out-of-context quotes", Ocasio-Cortez wrote to Crenshaw on Twitter. I mean, Amazon made a deal to create a new corporate headquarters in NY (and Virginia).
"Social media poses a public health risk to everybody. I grew up with that Yankees dream team, like, [Derek] Jeter, [Jorge] Posada, like, Mariano Rivera", Ocasio-Cortez said.
Yahoo News' Editor-In-Chief Dan Klaidman also asked Ocasio-Cortez whether she might one day run for higher office herself.
It's an especially fraught issue for Ocasio-Cortez, whose congressional district spans parts of the two teams' home boroughs, the Bronx and Queens.