Post lets Ocasio-Cortez skate on Green New Deal fact-check

Post lets Ocasio-Cortez skate on Green New Deal fact-check

Post lets Ocasio-Cortez skate on Green New Deal fact-check

"We'll give everybody an opportunity to go on record and see how they feel about the Green New Deal", Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said.

After President Trump during his El Paso rally Monday night criticized the deal as resembling "a high school term paper that got a low mark", Ocasio-Cortez fired back on Twitter, writing, "Ah yes, a man who can't even read briefings written in full sentences is providing literary criticism of a House Resolution".

The messaging is a nod to legislation recently proposed by Ocasio-Cortez. So it is not surprising that the US President pulls the push by a group of opposition Democrats, the shooting star Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for more climate protection in the United States of America to the Ridiculous.

"How do you take a train to Europe?"

Markey's office did not immediately respond to requests for comment on a Senate floor vote.

He said he finds it unbelievable that 2020 Democratic presidential candidates like Sens. Co-sponsors in the Senate include 2020 contenders such as California Senator Kamala Harris, New Jersey Senator Corey Booker, New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren.

But others aren't as ready to make a decision one way or the other.

Donald Trump think climate change is a enormous hoax, is well known.

And an adviser to Ocasio-Cortez, Cornell law professor Robert Hockett, claimed Friday that the statement about protections for people "unwilling to work" came from a "doctored document" that "apparently, some Republicans have put it out there".

His supporters in the meantime have been calling out the advocates of the proposal as hypocrites, who just pretend to care about climate while flying private jets, going as far as calling the Green movement "the new Red". "I don't know the details". And in earlier votes on former President Barack Obama's budget proposals, Democrats refused to play ball and voted no, protesting what they saw as a political ploy by McConnell.

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