Although House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y) gave the official Democratic response to the president, many liberals were praising Ocasio-Cortez's response on MSNBC as the "real" response. But it's- it's not the same thing as- as the president lying about immigrants.
She rebutted Trump's tales of immigrant crime by noting that "on the day of Christmas, a child died in ICE custody", referencing the second of two children who died while in custody last month.
While many called out the tweet for its focus on Ocasio-Cortez's looks - "Probably started when old dudes started judging her based exclusively on her looks and demeanor, if I had to guess." was one reaction - most of the criticism stems from Mitchell's reference to the 29-year-old politician's teenage years.
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"The president should not be asking for more money to an agency that has systematically violated human rights", she continued, "the president should be really defending why we are funding such an agency at all". But apparently, she's just like the rest of us - meaning, sometimes, she realizes one of her tweets is just Too Much to send into the universe. "Right now what we are seeing is the violation of human rights".
"This is systematic", she said.
"And not only that, but the women and children at that border that are trying to seek refuge and seek opportunity in the United States of America with nothing but the shirt on their backs are acting more American than who seeks to keep them out ever will be", she argued. Hours later, he tweeted that she and fellow freshman congresswoman Rashida Tlaib had "hard-to-remember names", a remark that commenters denounced as "racist".