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Alexandria Ocasio Cortez and Ilhan Omar

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has finally weighed in on one of the most divisive questions any New Yorker can face: Yankees or Mets?

On April 11, AOC took to Twitter to call out Crenshaw, writing this: "You refuse to cosponsor the 9/11 Victim's Compensation Fund, yet have the audacity to drum resentment towards Ilhan w/completely out-of-context quotes".

Yahoo News' Editor-In-Chief Dan Klaidman also asked Ocasio-Cortez whether she might one day run for higher office herself.

"It's terrorists who killed nearly 3,000 Americans, and we should talk about it that way", Crenshaw told NBC News on Friday. "Why don't you go do something about that?" she tweeted at Crenshaw.

"This puts me in danger every time", Ocasio-Cortez said, retweeting a screenshot of the email's subject line.

Trump's former campaign manager has been helping Ruth Papazian, a medical journalist who is launching a long-shot challenge to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the first-term Democratic incumbent congresswoman.

Omar delivered the keynote speech at a fundraiser for the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) on March 23 where she was recorded describing the September 11 attacks as merely an event where "some people did something".

More recently, Mr Corbyn has responded to Ms Ocasio-Cortez's request on Twitter for gardening tips.

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". He is now serving as the representative for Texas's 2nd congressional district.

"For our colleagues to be silent is to be complicit in the outright, risky targeting of a member of Congress".

An email sent by the Ohio College Republican Federation yesterday called a Democratic congresswoman a "domestic terrorist", a label often used to describe mass shooters and perpetrators of other violent acts.

Now festival organisers hope to sprinkle some political stardust in the form of a glamorous 29-year-old congresswoman from NY.

Lesley Clark works out of the McClatchy Washington bureau, covering all things Kentucky for McClatchy's Lexington Herald-Leader.

As she continued to place her backing behind Biden, she brushed aside the recent accusations against the latter, stating that he appreciated why his inappropriate touching and feeling criticisms were an issue.

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