Social Media Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

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McLaughlin initiated the game after suggesting she wanted to boycott calling Ocasio-Cortez by the acronym AOC because she didn't "know if I want her in acronym space yet".

When Fox News' Sean Hannity asked for the White House's reaction to Ocasio-Cortez's much lampooned prediction that climate change would end the world in 12 years, the White House press secretary replied they were not going to listen to her "on much of anything". "On a scale of zero to some, how many f*cks do you give??"

"If you think about where we were in 2015 and the ideas that were being floated by then candidate (Donald) Trump, they seemed pretty far out there".

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Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (N.Y.), Ayanna Pressley (Mass.), and Rashida Tlaib (Mich.) are joining the panel as Pelosi pitched the addition of "outstanding members" on "critical committees, where their fresh vision and powerful voices will be critical".

"I went straight to her district and the people believe in her". An exiled Venezuelan Supreme Court chairman Justice Miguel Angel Martin told The Epoch Times in a previous report that Maduro is a "former president" and the Venezuelan military should "fulfill their duty" and detain Maduro.

Mr Dell, founder and head of Dell Technologies, first said he's more comfortable allocating significant resources through his private foundation than in handing over that money to the government. A lot of Americans do not earn enough for a living wage, but we can not find evidence that it is the majority. "Number one, they can't do it for 70 percent. Under Republican administration - Dwight Eisenhower - we had 90 percent marginal tax rates". The Tax Policy Center estimated the proposal would add about $2.8 trillion to the deficit within 10 years. Because if the voices are loud enough, the Democrats in Congress will 100 percent make this happen.

Despite her dissent, the bill still passed 229 to 184, with only six Republicans voting in favor. Her outspoken responses to her critics, as well as the simple, accessible way she writes about her political ideals, caused her support to snowball.

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He also emphasized that both Walmart and Amazon pay "well above the minimum wage" - contrary to her claims.