Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Mocks Ted Cruz's 'Great Dinner' With Trump
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) joined the quarrel as she took a swipe at Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) Wednesday after the representative flaunted that he'd ate with previous President Donald Trump at his Florida resort.
"Had an extraordinary supper this evening with President Trump at Mar-a-Lago," Cruz said in a Twitter post Tuesday evening. "He's in extraordinary spirits! We went through the evening looking at cooperating to re-take the House and Senate in 2022."
"Not at all like thinking back about endeavored upsets over a bunch of roses," Ocasio-Cortez composed, sharing the tweet.
Cruz was one of a few legislators who had a problem with the accreditation of President Joe Biden's Electoral College votes in January, even after a supportive of Trump horde laid attack on the U.S. Legislative center with an end goal to upset the consequences of the 2020 political race.
Ocasio-Cortez required Cruz's abdication at that point, saying he needed to acknowledge duty regarding how his "fainthearted, self-serving activities added to the passings of four individuals yesterday. What's more, how you raised support off this mob."
In no way like thinking back about endeavored upsets over a bunch of roses 👹👹 https://t.co/klW3pSRxp8—Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) May 5, 2021
Cruz got fire from different pundits for cozying up to the one who offended his better half's appearance, called him dreadful names and suggested that his dad was associated with the death of President John F. Kennedy as the two went after the 2016 Republican official assignment.
What's more, Cruz wasn't a lot more amicable to his adversary. He depicted Trump as a "crying coward," though eventually he switched gears and got one of his most steadfast safeguards.