Douala Hashi arrested for trespassing at Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez district office

Trump lashes out at Pelosi for making a

Trump lashes out at Pelosi for making a "fascist statement"

"Mr. President, you're from Queens".

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez warned Sunday that there is a "very real risk" President Trump will win re-election in 2020 due to the diversity of opinions among Democrats, getting a rare response from the president: "I agree".

"And I think that it's justifiable", the freshman New York Democrat told ABC News. "We need a candidate that is dedicated to passing at least a $15 minimum wage, ideally one that's pegged to inflation".

But according to Ocasio-Cortez, Trump's remarks on his willingness to listen to foreign "dirt" are over the line.

Police say he didn't make it into Ocasio-Cortez's offices.

Saudi Arabia ‘won’t hesitate to confront Iran’ after oil tanker attacks
Doing so would disrupt oil tankers travelling out of the Gulf region to the Indian Ocean and global export routes. The Houthis say they launched a cruise missile that struck the Abha airport Wednesday.

Speaking on This Week, Ocasio-Cortez said she wants the Democratic Party to pick a presidential candidate that will "fight for the well-being of working-class Americans and all Americans", later adding that she feels policies from Sens.

"With the President now saying he's willing to break the law to win reelection, that transcends partisanship", the NY lawmaker added, referencing comments Trump made during an interview with ABC News about taking campaign info from foreign powers. She also responded to the question about the impeachment investigation, calling it a "constitutional responsibility", while confirming that progressive Democrats are frustrated with Speaker Pelosi, who has resisted calls for impeachment proceedings.

Ocasio-Cortez has said previously that the country needs a progressive president.

Ocasio-Cortez opened the office in March.

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