Meghan McCain said she's "so sick" of men using misogynistic language towards young women.
The “ray of light in the U.S. Congress” was a fierce guest judge — giving good face and good advice.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez replied to critics of her TV dress.
Meghan McCain told Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez that Bernie Sanders isn't "doing enough" to stop "misogynistic" behavior from his supporters.
One-time CNBC anchor Michelle Caruso-Cabrera is running to unseat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, she announced Tuesday after filing late Monday.“I’m running for NY-14, to fight for the people of Queens & the Bronx, daughter of Cuban immigrants and living the American Dream,” she tweeted, adding an American flag emoji and a link to her website. She will be running in the Democratic primary for the seat currently occupied by Ocasio-Cortez — which covers Brooklyn and her home borough of Queens — and has been a registered Democrat for seven years.A CNBC spokesperson told TheWrap, “Michelle Caruso-Cabrera is not a CNBC employee and hasn’t been since September 2018. She will take a leave from her role as CNBC Contributor for the duration of the campaign. “Also Read: At Least 8 Congressional Democrats Will Skip Trump's State of the Union TonightAccording to a report from the network, the former anchor “is known to be a skeptic of government and a proponent of free markets.”In 2010, Caruso-Cabrera published her book, “You Know I’m Right: More Prosperity, Less Government.”“Michelle Caruso-Cabrera is the granddaughter of working-class Italian and Cuban immigrants. When Michelle’s grandparents first arrived in America, they worked arduous overnight shifts and took dangerous jobs in the meatpacking industry to pay the rent and feed their children,” according to her website. “Watching her grandparents and her parents work long hours is how Michelle learned about achieving the American dream.”Read original story Former CNBC Anchor Michelle Caruso-Cabrera Runs Against AOC for Congress At TheWrap
The "Fox News" host admitted that her AOC Halloween costume was politically incorrect.
Calls to BoycottABC and BoycottSinclair lit up Twitter after a political attack ad targeting congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez aired on a Washington, D.C.-area ABC affiliate owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group during the third Democratic debate Thursday night.Scott Dworkin, the founder of the Democratic Coalition who was one of the first to share the clip online Thursday, was one of numerous political figures using the BoycottABC hashtag on Friday.Also Read: Sinclair-Owned ABC Affiliate Airs Ad With Burning Photo of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez During Democratic DebateChristine Pelosi tweeted, “America slammed you @ABCNetwork for running a Pro-Trump ad with an image of a Congresswoman’s face burning. BoycottABC.”Other participants in the trend pointed out that the ABC affiliate in question, Washington, D.C.’s WJLA-TV, is owned by Sinclair and suggested readers look into which local stations in their own areas are owned by Sinclair if they plan to do a real boycott.Also Read: Andrew Yang Announces $120,000 Giveaway During Democratic Presidential DebateThe ad, created by a Republican PAC called New Faces GOP, showed a photograph of Ocasio-Cortez that begins to burn, followed by graphic photographs purported to be from the Cambodian genocide under the dictatorship of Pol Pot. It’s narrated by Elizabeth Heng, a former California Republican congressional candidate, who calls Ocasio-Cortez “the face of socialism, and ignorance,” and says “mine is a face of freedom. My skin is not white. I’m not outrageous, racist, nor socialist. I’m a Republican.”Representatives for Sinclair and ABC did not immediately return requests for comment. In the time it took to reach out to them, the BoycottABC trend climbed from the fourth most-tweeted in the United States to the third.Read original story BoycottABC Trends in Outcry Over Ad With Burning Photo of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez At TheWrap
"Fox & Friends" co-host, Brian Kilmeade, took issue with members of congress who criticized conditions at border detention facilities, and disputed reports that children are being kept in cages.
The co-hosts of "The View" spoke out against Trump, Lindsey Graham after each made comments many have called "racist."
Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade responded to congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's reaction to detention facility conditions by comparing them to a large house party.
Meghan McCain revealed that she doesn't think comparisons between migrant detention centers and torture facilities are accurate, and invoked her later father's survival of a P.O.W. camp as proof.
Actor George Takei is backing U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's controversial comment likening the detainment of immigrants at facilities on the border to "concentration camps."
The congresswoman told fan favorite and queer activist Nina West, “Just know how important you are to the bigger picture, and I’m so proud of you and your fundamental kindness and goodness."
DC Comics is demanding that a comic featuring US representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as Wonder Woman be recalled or destroyed.
Tomi Lahren, along with many Democratic and Republican lawmakers, denounced the Southern state’s law, signed Wednesday by governor Kay Ivey, that bans abortion, even in cases of incest and rape.
Former Democratic Congressional candidates Amy Vilela, Cori Bush, Paula Jean Swearengin also appear in Rachel Lears' documentary
The congresswoman called out the justice system's double standards for "large-scale crimes of wealth and privilege."
Rep. Ilhan Omar said she believes minorities are held more accountable for what they say while others have free rein to say whatever they like with impunity.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez shared an odd exchange she had with a colleague on the House floor due to misinformation.
Earlier in the week Laura Ingraham and her guest botched the name of the freshman congresswoman — and new Time cover star — and accused her of putting on an accent.
After showing some highlights that included Ocasio-Cortez questioning Cohen, McCain gave her some props.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) has been winning attention not just in the political arena, but on the social media front, too.
"I don’t think most Americans, in their heart, want to be given something," Ivanka Trump told Fox News' Steve Hilton.